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GTA transit service changes



Several Greater Toronto Area transit agencies are changing routes and services this week.

GO Transit

GO will reduce the number of trips on its Highway 407 corridor, starting Wednesday, December 6. The number of passengers riding buses various along this route drops when the fall term ends at colleges and universities. GO resumes full service along Highway 407 on Tuesday, January 2.

Durham Region Transit

DRT West (Ajax and Pickering)

DRT replaces Dial-a-bus service with fixed routes on Monday to Saturday evenings, and daytime on Sundays. (No evening service on Sundays.)

Pickering Routes: 180 Village / Brock / Industrial

181 Finch / Highway #2 / Maple Ridge

182 Bayridges / Westshore / Rosebank

183 Amberlea / Ajax

Ajax Routes:

280 Westney / Village

281 Beach / Audley South

282 Applecroft / Nottingham / Audley North

283 Duffins / Harwood

Pickering and Ajax buses now have different routings at three different times of the week:

Monday to Friday peak

Monday to Friday midday and Saturday daytime

Monday to Saturday evening and Sunday daytime

DRT Centre (Whitby)

DRT begins a new schedule for buses on the 2 / 2B Brock / Brooklin route so that buses connect better with GO trains at Whitby Station and to reflect a temporary route during construction on Carnwith Drive in Brooklin. (DRT’s website does not indicate what the temporary route is.)

Mississauga Transit

MT will revise the schedules for five routes, beginning tomorrow, Monday, December 4:

19 Hurontario

23 Lakeshore

24 University

39 Britannia

70 Keaton

Oakville Transit

OT begins Sunday and evening fixed-route service on its 28 Glen Abbey North route, beginning today, Sunday, December 3.

It also adds two additional trips to its late-night Zone Express service making a total of four late-night trips leaving Oakville Station Monday to Saturday nights, beginning tomorrow, Monday, December 4.

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