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Calgary Transit Route 300 BRT Airport / City Centre

Like many cities around the world, with Calgary Transit’s Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) route 300, you can travel directly between the airport and downtown by public transit.

Route 300 links the city centre and Calgary International Airport while providing a number of transfer opportunities. It runs every 30 minutes between 5 a.m. and midnight, seven days a week. Customers boarding at the airport can buy a ‘Calgary Transit Boarding Pass’ — valid for a day or use their Calgary Transit monthly pass, as they would any other Calgary Transit route. Customers can also board the route 300 at any of the stops between downtown and the airport.

The 300 BRT Route is an example of Transforming Government because it a citizen-focused innovation that get’s Calgarians, and visitors, moving.

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What is Transforming Government?

Government exists to serve citizens. Every day, citizens are touched by The City of Calgary and the services it offers. Transforming Government is a culture of constant improvement at The City of Calgary — improvement that makes life better for all citizens.

In 2011, Mayor Naheed Nenshi and City Council unanimously agreed to embrace and reinforce this approach to constant improvement — Transforming Government is a way to do just that. So, when you see the Transforming Government stamp on something, you know it is part of something that makes Calgary even better.

A public work, an initiative, project, program or plan marked with Transforming Government reflects one or more of the following principles:

Transparency provides a clear view of exactly what’s going on “behind the scenes”, so citizens can understand why a project or service exists.

Accountability is the clear demonstration of how and why The City has done something, and that The City and Council accept responsibility for the decision, program or plan.

Civic Engagement is a commitment to bring together citizens, organizations, and City employees in the planning and development of our great city.

Innovation describes new ideas, services, or approaches that make living and working in Calgary even better.

Citizen Orientation ensures that a program, project or service is designed with customers or citizens in mind.

Sustainability describes long-term thinking that makes for a healthy community, environment, and economy, now and in the future.

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