Brampton Transit

Changes to Brampton Transit service effective Jan 17

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BRAMPTON – Due to COVID-19 related staff shortages and reduced ridership, effective January 17, 2022, Brampton Transit will be implementing temporary service cancellations and reductions to ensure our transit system can continue to safely move people around the city effectively.

Routes cancelled until further notice (including weekday and weekends):

• 501A/C Züm Queen (501 still operating)
• 511C Züm Steeles (511/511A still operating)
• 561 Züm Queen West
• 13 Avondale
• 18B Dixie (18 Dixie still operating)
• 21 Heart Lake
• 25 Edenbrook
• 27 Robert Parkinson
• 28 Wanless
• 33 Peter Robertson
• 36 Gardenbrook
• 40 Central Industrial
• 55 Elbern Markell
• 58 Financial Drive
• 65 Seniors Shopper
• 81 Mayfield West
• 92 Bramalea GO
• 104 Chinguacousy Express
• 185 Dixie Express
• 199 UTM Express
• School Special Routes 200-217
Note: School Specials (200-217) will resume if students return to in-person  learning

Evening service cancelled
(after approximately 7:00 PM)
• 12 Grenoble
• 16 Southgate
• 26 Mount Pleasant

Saturday service cancelled
• 12 Grenoble
• 16 Southgate
• 17 Howden
• 19 Ferforest

Schedule changes and frequency reductions:
• 501 Züm Queen
o 10 minute service east of Bramalea Terminal
• 505 Züm Bovaird
o Peak frequency reduced to 20 minutes
• 511C Züm Steeles
o 511C to Sheridan College cancelled; 511/511A continue to operate
• 2 Main
o Weekday peak and mid-day service reduced to 30 minutes
• 3/3A McLaughlin
o  Weekday peak service reduced to 15 minutes
• 4/4A Chinguacousy
o Weekday schedule adjustments
• 5/5A Bovaird
o Weekday schedule adjustments
• 7/7A Kennedy
o Weekday schedule adjustments
• 9 Vodden
o Weekday schedule adjustments
• 12 Grenoble
o Weekday service only
• 15 Bramalea
o Weekday peak service reduced to 15 minutes; 15A mid-day service cancelled
• 16 Southgate
o Weekday service only
• 17 Howden
o Weekday service only
• 19 Fernforest
o Weekday service only
• 23 Sandalwood
o Peak frequency reduced to 20 minutes
• 29/29A Williams
o Weekday schedule adjustments
• 32 Father Tobin
o Weekday schedule adjustments
• 50/5A Gore Road
o Weekday schedule adjustments
• 60 Mississauga Road
o Peak frequency reduced to 70 minutes; mid-day service cancelled

To plan your next trip call our Contract Centre at 905.874.2999

Resource availability and ridership will continue to be monitored and Brampton Transit will restore services as soon as possible.

Riders are reminded to stay safe and help protect others by:
• Wearing a mask properly at all times covering your mouth, chin and nose.
• Carrying hand sanitizer and washing your hands frequently.
• Practising physical distancing.

The health and safety of our passengers and staff is a top priority. The City of Brampton is working closely with its partners at Peel Public Health, the Government of Ontario, and the Brampton Emergency Management Office to continue to monitor risks.

Visit www.brampton.ca/COVID19 for regular updates and visit www.bramptontransit.com or follow @bramptontransit on Twitter for service updates. Questions may be directed to Brampton Transit’s Contact Centre at 905.874.2999.

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