The Alberta government is launching a pilot program this summer to offer car service to people who live in the city’s south, north and east.
It is aimed at helping people who have car service problems get the vehicles that they need and make their car payments in time, according to the province’s website.
The service is available in three locations: in Carlingwood, south of Edmonton; the west end of Calgary; and in the town of Kachs, east of Edmonton.
Kachs is home to the Calgary Police Service, as well as the Alberta College of Radiologists.
It also has a large university community, with a population of about 8,500.
The Kachssa community is in the north-east of the city.
The Kachsie community is located in the south-east.
The town is in an area with a large oil and gas industry.
“The purpose of this service is to provide access to service at these locations and to get them in and out of the area as quickly as possible,” said Lisa Wicks, Alberta government spokesperson for the Alberta Public Service.
“There is a large need for transportation in this region.”
The pilot program will run from April 30 to June 1.
If people in the Calgary and Kachskas areas sign up, they will get a free ride home from the Kachsha service station on April 29.
The service will be offered for a year, starting in 2018.
“We want to make sure we have a service that’s reliable and efficient,” said Kachshas mayor Mike O’Connor.
“We want the car service and the service to go on.”
The government says the K-Car service will provide access for people who are unable to use the regular Kachsi service or don’t have a car to get around the city, including those who can’t drive, and those who don’t live near Kachsona.
It will also allow those who live close to Kachsena to get their cars to the Kaches service station for free.
The government said it also is looking at offering more car service in other parts of the province, including in rural areas.
“Our priority is getting people into the system in time so that they can make their payments on time and make sure that they have the vehicle they need,” said Wicks.