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Construction project diverts new Brampton Transit route

Construction along Heart Lake Road is disrupting transit service on Brampton Transit’s new 21 Heart Lake route. The route began operating on Tuesday, September 4.

Buses on the route operate one-way northbound along Heart Lake during Monday-to-Friday morning peak periods and one-way southbound along Heart Lake during the afternoon peak periods. Buses do not operate on the route at any other time.

Since the construction only affects transit stops along the east side of Heart Lake between Bovaird Drive and Sandalwood Parkway Brampton Transit is only diverting buses during the Monday-to-Friday morning peak periods. During the afternoons, the buses run on their regular route.

During the morning peak periods, Brampton Transit is splitting the route into two. Buses on one service follow the regular counter-clockwise route to Southlake Boulevard and Bovaird Drive East, then divert eastward along Bovaird, northward along Great Lakes Boulevard, westward along Sandalwood Parkway, northward along Conestoga Drive to the Heart Lake Terminal. To serve passengers along Heart Lake between Sandalwood and Bovaird, Brampton Transit is also operating a shuttle service. Buses on the shuttle operate from Heart Lake Terminal southward along Conestoga, eastward along Sandalwood, southward along Heart Lake, eastward along Bovaird, northward along Great Lakes, westward along Sandalwood, northward along Kennedy Road North and westward along Conestoga to Heart Lake Terminal. (Passengers that would usually use stops on the east side of Heart Lake to travel towards Heart Lake Terminal in the morning should use the westside stops and travel on the shuttle service to the terminal.)

The detours will continue throughout September.