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Q. Without using GO Transit, how is it possible to travel between Durham Regional Transit and Mississauga Transit using one intermediate transit service and transferring only once within that service.

A. This one was an easy answer, but there were, to the surprise of this editor, two answers (albeit one with caveats). Trevor Mangion was the first to give us the answer we were looking for: take Durham Region’s service to Rouge Hill GO station, and then pay your TTC fare to get on board the 54A Lawrence East bus to Eglinton Station. At Eglinton, you transfer to the 32B Eglinton West bus which takes you to Explorer Drive in the Airport Business Park, where you can board Mississauga Transit buses.

But kudos to David Pike for noting that you could take Durham’s Rouge Hill shuttle to Kingston Road and Sheppard Avenue East. After walking along Sheppard Avenue to Meadowvale Road, you can board 86 Scarborough to Kennedy station, take the Bloor-Danforth subway to Islington, and transfer to Mississauga Transit there. This answer isn’t what we are looking for, because you have to walk to catch the 86 Scarborough bus, but it’s still an innovative guess.

This question is courtesy of David Cavlovic.

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