Local Transit Feasibility Study

The City of Beaumont is exploring the need for local transit within our community. While the City currently operates a commuter transit service into Edmonton, this feasibility study will look at local transit service within Beaumont, since the City does not currently offer a transit service within its boundaries.

The project will explore, develop and compare different options for types of local transit services and recommend the most suitable system for Beaumont. Input from the public will be a critical part of the process. 

Public engagement will happen in two phases. In the first phase of engagement, the City wants to build awareness and understanding of the project and how the public can get involved. Specifically, the City wants to hear about the community’s needs and desire for local public transit, as well as future/potential destinations and routes for local transit. 

A second phase of engagement – anticipated early 2023 – will ask the public to review and comment on draft project deliverables.

Upcoming public engagement opportunities

September 23 - October 11: survey open

Share your thoughts on local transit by filling out our survey from September 23 to October 11.

September 24: meet the project team

The project team was in the community asking residents to share their needs and possible destinations or routes within Beaumont for transit services. Residents were invited to visit with the team at Taste of Beaumont to share thoughts and ask questions on Saturday, September 24. Thank you for your participation at this event!

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Contact us

For more information about this project, email planning@beaumont.ab.ca.