What is SWIFT Mini Thni Transit?

SWIFT Mini Thni Transit is a four-month pilot to gather ride data to evaluate the need and desire for regional transit service serving the residents of the Stoney Nakoda Nations.

If you have feedback on the SWIFT Mini Thni Transit service, please email your comments here.

  • $5: single one-way ticket
  • $50: book of 10 tickets
  • Kids under 2 ride free.
  • Free fare zone between Mini Thni (Morley)/Chiniki Village

SWIFT Mini Thni Transit has one low-floor, 26-seat bus.

  • Stop 1: Mini Thni (Morley)
  • Stop 2: Chiniki Gas Bar
  • Stop 3: Stoney Nakoda Resort & Casino
  • Stop 4: The Station: Cochrane (Library)
  • Bearspaw Centex: Morley Rd, Morley, AB
  • Chiniki Gas Bar: TransCanada Highway & Mini Thni Road (Exit 131), Morley, AB
  • Stoney Nakoda Resort & Casino: 888 Nakoda Way, Kananaskis, AB
  • Stoney Tribal Administration Main Reception: 40 Morley Rd, Morley, AB
  • The Station, Cochrane: 360 Railway St W, Cochrane, AB

There is a free fare zone between Mini Thni (Morley) and Chiniki Gas Bar. If you begin and end your trip beyond those points you will be required to present a valid ticket

SWIFT Mini Thni Transit operates daily on a fixed-route service. There is no service on statutory holidays.

Schedules are subject to change. Visit the schedule page for the latest bus schedule.

At this time, Mini Thni buses are not wheelchair or scooter accessible.

Yes, you can bring your child in a stroller onto a SWIFT Mini Thni Transit bus. The child must be removed from their stroller and the stroller must be folded.

You know your kids best; they can ride alone at your discretion.

No, SWIFT Mini Thni Transit busses do not have space for bikes. Children’s bikes, scooters, and skateboards can be taken on the bus, but must be held for the entire duration of the ride.

Yes, you can take sports equipment on the bus.

No, pets are not permitted on SWIFT Mini Thni Transit buses. Service animals are an exception.