Saskatchewan Transportation Company


Saskatchewan Transportation Company

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name = Saskatchewan Transportation Company

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company_slogan = The Bus Company
parent = Crown Investments Corporation Of Saskatchewan
founded = 1946
headquarters = 2041 Hamilton St. Regina, Saskatchewan
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service_area = province wide
service_type = bus service, bus charter and bus parcel express
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website = [http://www.stcbus.com/ STC The Bus Company]
The Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC) is a Crown Corporation of the Government of Saskatchewan, created in 1946 by an Order-in-Council.

It is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Crown Investments Corporation Of Saskatchewan, [ [http://www.cicorp.sk.ca/cicholdings/crowncorps/stc.html Crown Corporations: Saskatchewan Transportation Company] ] with a mandate to provide bus services carrying people and freight between major centres and to as much of the rural population as possible.

Facilities

STC owns and operates bus depots in Regina, Saskatoon, and Prince Albert, [ [http://www.stcbus.com/Locations/l_home.aspx STC Locations: Depots] ] and has numerous agencies in communities throughout the province. STC also serves as the agent for Greyhound at many of its locations. Maintenance services are located in Saskatoon and Regina. [ [http://www.stcbus.com/Maintenance/m_home.aspx STC Bus Maintenance Services] ]

New Regina Depot

:Address: Broad Street and Saskatchewan Drive, Regina:Coordinates: coord|50|27|06|N|104|36|20.2|W:Facilities: Due to be opened in early 2008

Regina Depot

:Address: 2041 Hamilton Street, Regina :Coordinates: coord|50|26|46.5|N|104|36|33|W:Facilities: Current head office, STC bus station and Greyhound Canada service

askatoon Depot

:Address: 50 - 23rd Street East, Saskatoon:Coordinates: coord|52|07|52.3|N|106|40|01.5|W:Facilities: also Greyhound Canada

Prince Albert Depot

:Address: 99 - 15th Street S.E., Prince Albert:Coordinates: coord|53|11|56.5|N|105|45|06|W:Facilities: STC bus station and Greyhound Canada service

askatoon Bus Service Centre

:Address: 88 King Street, Saskatoon:Coordinates: coord|52|08|21|N|106|39|47|W

Regina Bus Maintenance Centre

:Address: 9th Avenue and Wallace Street, Regina:Coordinates: coord|50|27|14|N|104|35|37.5|W

Employees

STC/All In Scope employees are members of [http://www.atu1374.com The Amalgamated Transit Union] .

Charter service

STC also provides charter services to over 220 organizations and groups every year.

Users of the chartered services include:

* University of Regina Cougars
* University of Saskatchewan Huskies
* Department of National Defence cadets
* Royal visits and other dignataries in the province

Fleet

STC maintains a fleet of 38 coaches and vans, varying in size from 55-seater coaches to 15-seater vans, as well as a freight trucks and freight trailers.

References

External links

* [http://www.stcbus.com Saskatchewan Transportation Company]
* [http://www.atu.org/ Amalgamated Transit Union]
* [http://www.atucanada.ca/index.asp ATU Canada]
* [http://www.atu1374.com/ ATU Local 1374]


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