AgeCash fareDay passMonthly pass
Youth (6-17)


per trip


per day

Adult (18-64) $70.50
Senior (65+) $43.75
Student $61.00 *

* Proof of full-time enrollment required at time of purchase.

Fare vendors

Big Marble Go Centre

City Hall

Co-op on 13th

Co-op Northlands


Esso One Stop

Husky Gas (temporarily unavailable)

Medicine Hat College (Book Store)

Medicine Hat Hospital (Gift Shop - temporarily unavailable)

Medicine Hat Mall (Customer Service)

Pharmasave & Pharmasave North

Please note tickets and transfers are no longer available.

Service hours

Monday - Friday * 6:45 a.m. to 10:45 p.m.
Saturday - Sunday *

8:15 a.m. to 7:15 p.m.

* MHTnow (transit on-demand) operates in the north and central zones after 6:45 p.m. and all day Sundays.

Please note, Routes 30 and 31 (Dunmore Road) change routings at 6:45 p.m. and on weekends. Route 46 (Southview-College) operates weekdays only, from 6:45 a.m. to 6:45 p.m.

There is no transit service on statutory holidays.

Frequently asked questions

Where can I purchase a monthly pass?

Monthly passes may be purchased at the following locations:

What are the guidelines for using Transit services?

As a courtesy to other passengers, please keep the following in mind when riding with Medicine Hat Transit:

  • Have your pass or fare ready prior to boarding
  • Exit using the rear doors when possible
  • Shirts and shoes must be worn while on board
  • Smoking, littering and loitering are prohibited
  • Do not stand near or engage the operator in unnecessary conversation
  • All children under 5 years old must be accompanied by a guardian
  • Ensure small children remain seated at all times while on the bus
  • Courtesy seating is a priority for people with special needs, seniors and parents/guardians with strollers
  • Ice skates and roller blades are to be carried by the blades and must be properly encased
  • Keep carry-on bags and parcels on your lap and out of walkways
  • Speaker function is not to be used on mobile phones
  • Place garbage in the containers provided on the bus
Keeping our community safe

Our drivers report suspicious activities to police. In an emergency, drivers will connect with dispatch if fire, police or emergency medical services are required. They also report road issues, out-of-order traffic lights and missing signs.

All MHT buses are safe for children, adults, seniors and persons with disabilities.


Certified service dogs are permitted on board. Other small pets, contained in an animal carrier device, are also permitted.

Bike and ride

Bike racks are located on the front of the bus.

How do I know where my bus is?

Using GPS location, stop number, street name, or route, riders are able to see the location of their bus in real time and when it's expected to arrive with MyRide.