Saskatoon has many options for getting around the city and travelling to other destinations. Depending upon where you are, your destination may even be within easy walking distance! Make sure to check a map before you start out.
In order to drive in Saskatoon, you will need to have a valid Saskatchewan Driver’s License. Information on getting a driver’s license and buying and registering a car.
Getting around by bicycle is a great way to get to know the city - it’s also good for the environment and good exercise! Bicycling is extremely popular in the spring, summer, and fall; some people even bicycle in the winter. No matter how experienced you are in riding a bicycle, it’s important to make sure that you wear the proper safety equipment, and know and follow the rules of the road.
Learn more about Saskatoon Transit’s many bus routes and how to plan a bus trip.
Saskatoon has several taxi companies, which you can find by looking in the Yellow Pages. Every company uses the same minimum fare, so there are no significant differences in cost between different companies.
Saskatchewan Transportation Company
Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC) operates a bus terminal in downtown Saskatoon and provides bus service throughout the province of Saskatchewan.
From the same bus terminal, Greyhound Bus Lines operates bus transportation across Canada.
Saskatoon Airport (John G. Diefenbaker International)
At least 60 flights per day arrive from and depart to various cities in Canada and other parts of North America. Taxi and bus service is available at the airport to take passengers to other parts of the city. Visit the airport website.
Saskatoon VIA Rail Station
Saskatoon’s VIA Rail station is about 8 km west of the downtown area. Saskatoon is on “The Canadian” route, which travels from Toronto to Vancouver and back, through the Rocky Mountains.