Parking and Transit
City Transit Passes
Students may purchase a semester pass at the 3rd Floor Information Desk at DSB, or at the Students' Association at Main Campus (Room 2010), for $140. Students wishing to purchase a monthly pass may do so at the Sorenson Station, the Students’ Association, or other outlets throughout the City. For more information on the City of Red Deer Transit system, please visit their website.
Alternative Transportation Options -- you can ride your bike!
For those folks interested to ride their bike to work, RDC has arranged for use of a bike rack located on site. Space is limited, and will be assigned on a first come, first served basis.
We have also spoken to the City and they have indicated that if there is demand, the City will consider the placement of bike racks/lockers at the Sorensen station to support student needs.
For any questions or inquiries about bicycle parking at the Donald School of Business Campus, please see Dan Sarrasin at Main Campus Security (main entrance) or phone 403.342.3445.
Green Campus transportation initiatives are encouraged, including: carpooling, bicycle and transit use. Please visit RDC's Green Campus webpage for more information.
Additional Information for Parking Downtown
Downtown Parking Options: The City of Red Deer provides information about Downtown Paid Parking on their website. In addition, monthly parking may be available in the parkade adjacent to the Millennium Centre managed by WestPark Parking Service.
Evenings and Weekends: Parking is available in the public surface lot (north of Millennium Centre) and the adjacent Sorensen Station parkade after 5:00pm and on weekends for no charge. Parking is available on the ground level of the Millennium Centre parkade after 6:00 pm and on weekends for no charge.
Please note that unauthorized parking in reserved spaces or parking lots downtown will result in being ticketed and towed by RCMP Bylaw Enforcement at the vehicle owner's expense.
Visit this webpage often for updated information about these solutions.