Changes to Brampton Transit service coming into effect soon

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If you regularly use the bus to get around Brampton, you should note that some changes are coming to Brampton Transit in September 2020. 

On Aug. 27, the city said that as part of Brampton's reopening and recovery plan, bus service will be changed effective Tuesday, Sept. 8, until further notice.

The following Brampton Transit routes will be in operation starting Sept. 8:

  • 501 Zum Queen
  • 502 Zum Main
  • 505 Zum Bovaird*
  • 511/511A/511C* Zum Steeles
  • 1/1A Queen
  • 2 Main
  • 3/ 3A* McLaughlin
  • 4/4A Chinguacousy
  • 5/5A Bovaird
  • 6 James Potter
  • 7/7A Kennedy
  • 8 Centre
  • 9 Vodden
  • 10 South Industrial
  • 11/11A Steeles
  • 12 Grenoble*
  • 13 Avondale*
  • 14/14A Torbram
  • 15/ 15A* Bramalea
  • 16 Southgate*
  • 17 Howden*
  • 18 Dixie
  • 19 Fernforest*
  • 20/20A East Industrial
  • 23 Sandalwood
  • 24 Van Kirk*
  • 26 Mount Pleasant
  • 27 Robert Parkinson*
  • 29/29A* Williams Parkway
  • 30 Airport Road
  • 31 McVean
  • 32 Father Tobin*
  • 35 Clarkway
  • 50/ 50A Gore Road
  • 51 Hereford
  • 52 McMurchy
  • 53 Ray Lawson
  • 54 County Court*
  • 56 Kingknoll
  • 57 Charolais
  • 60 Mississauga Road
  • 115 Airport Express

*Routes back in service.

The city says dedicated secondary school routes will resume Sept. 8. Terminal building hours at Bramalea, Brampton Gateway and Downtown Terminals are 6:00 am to 9:00 pm. The Trinity Common Terminal remains closed. 

The city is encouraging riders to maintain physical distancing at terminals bus stops, even while wearing a mask. Non-medical masks and face-coverings are mandatory on buses and in terminals. 

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