|Route||Peak Hours Frequency||Midday Frequency||Evening Frequency|
|13 - Mount Royal||15 min||30 min||45 min|
|18 - Lakeview||12-15 min||25 min||20 min|
|20 - Heritage/Northmount||10 min||20 min||30 min|
|72 - Circle Route (clockwise)||8-15 min||30 min||30 min|
|73 - Circle Route (counterclockwise)||8-15 min||30 min||30 min|
|Frequency||LRT Connections||Estimated Travel Times|
|306 - BRT Westbrook/Heritage||30 min|
|Heritage Station⇔MRU||16 min|
MRU Express Routes (Sept - June)
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|Departs Dalhousie Station||Arrives at MRU||Departs MRU|
|181 - MRU North Express||7:17 a.m.|
8:26 a.m. (2 buses)
2:20 p.m. (2 buses, Friday school days only)
|Departs Anderson Station||Arrives at MRU||Departs MRU|
|182 - MRU South Express||7:15 a.m.|
8:20 a.m. (2 buses)
2:23 p.m. (2 buses, Friday school days only)
Calgary Transit’s Trip Planning on the Web allows you to enter your start and end destinations and approximate times, and receive up to five potential itineraries. For more information, check out calgarytransit.com.
Our campus transit map shows the routes serving Mount Royal and where your bus will drop you off and pick you up.
Check out Calgary Transit's Mount Royal University Rider's Guide for detailed stop information.
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transit.mtroyal.ca is a transit research site developed here at Mount Royal, exploring how maps and mobile devices can provide information to riders. You can watch buses move in real time, see multiple routes on a map, get stop times and even use the new Google transit trip planner.
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Bike Racks on Buses
All buses on Route 20 — Heritage/Northmount are equipped with bike racks, capable of transporting 2 bikes in front of the bus.
Route 20 serves MRU, so commuters can now use a combination of bus and bike to get to campus. Learn more about Calgary Transit's Bike Racks on Buses program.
Bikes are also allowed on the C-Train during off-peak hours, and bike lockers are available for rent at selected C-Train stations. Learn more about Calgary Transit's Bikes on Board program.
Transit users who buy passes that last at least a month are eligible for a non-refundable tax credit. You can claim the full amount of the transit passes for you, your spouse, your common law partner and children under 19 years of age.
The U-Pass is eligible for this tax credit. You will not need to submit any documents when filing your claim, but you should keep a proof of payment in the event the Canada Revenue Agency wishes to conduct a tax audit.
If you have been assessed a U-Pass fee, you can print off a statement showing this fee through myMRU.ca. Once you have logged in, click on "Online Services", the "Student" tab, "Pay Fees, Pay Deposits, and Account Summaries", "Account Summary by Term". It is recommended that you keep this receipt for 5 years.
For details on other C-Choices programs: