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Lindsay Transit revises routes and services, August 15



Lindsay Transit, which serves Lindsay, the largest urban area of the mostly-rural City of Kawartha Lakes, is revising its entire route network Monday, August 15.

Although buses continue to operate along the Blue, Green and Red routes Mondays to Saturdays, they may no longer serve some current stops or drop off and pick up passengers at stops on the opposite side of some streets than they do currently.

(Lindsay Transit also recently introduced rural transit service, with once-a-week buses linking Lindsay to smaller communities in Kawartha Lakes.)


Blue route

Starting Monday, August 15, buses start their trips at the main downtown Lindsay stop on William Street south south of Kent Street West, then proceed:

eastward along Kent West;
northward along Lindsay Street North;
eastward along Queen Street;
northward along St. Paul Street;
eastward along Denniston Street;
northward along St. Patrick Street;
eastward along Needman Street;
southward along Highway 36;
westward along Mount Hope Street;
southward along St. David Street;
eastward along Colborne Street East;
southward into Extendicare;
westward along Colborne East;
southward along St. George Street;
eastward along Queen Street;
southward along Highway 36;
westward along Parkside Drive;
northward along Logie Street;
westward along Queen Street;
southward along Lindsay Street North;
eastward along Kent Street East;
southward along Huron Street;
eastward along Ridout Street;
southward along Georgian Street;
westward along Russell Streets East and West;
northward along William Street South, to the main downtown Lindsay stop; then continuing,
westward along Kent Street West;
northward along Adelaide Street North;
westward along Colborne Street West;
southward along St. Joseph’s Road
westward along Kent West;
southward along McLaughlin Road;
eastward along Mary Street West;
northward along Dormer Road;
westward along Wallace Drive;
northward along McLaughlin;
eastward along Kent West;
south- and westward to the Lindsay Square Mall stop across from Zellers; then continuing
northward along Commerce Road;
eastward along Kent West;
southward along Angeline Street South;
eastward along Durham Street South;
southward along Adelaide Street South;
south-, east- and northward through the Lindsay campus of Sir Sanford Fleming College; then continuing
northward along Albert Street South;
eastward along Russell West; and then
northward along William South to the downtown Lindsay transit stop, just south of Kent Street West,
ending their trips.

Green route

Starting Monday, August 15, buses start their trips at the main downtown Lindsay stop on William Street south south of Kent Street West, then proceed:

northward along William Streets South and North;
eastward along Colborne Street West;
northward through Carew Park;
westward along Pottinger Street;
northward along Dyana Drive;
westward along Daniel Court;
northward along Lindsay Street North;
westward along Eglington Avenue
northward along William North;
westward along Found Avenue;
southward along Victoria Avenue North;
westward along Kent West;
northward along Adelaide Street North;
east- and northward along Northlin Park Road;
westward along Orchard Park Road;
southward along Angeline Street North;
west-, south- and eastward to Giant Tiger;
southward along Angeline North;
westward along Kent West;
south- and westward to the Lindsay Square Mall transit stop, across from Zellers,
ending their trips.

Returning downtown, buses start at Lindsay Square, then proceed:

northward along Commerce Road;
eastward along Kent West; and then
reverse the route to William North and Peel Street; then proceed
westward along Peel;
southward along Cambridge Streets North and South;
eastward along Russell Street East; and then
northward along William Street South to the downtown Lindsay transit stop,
ending their trips.

Until 1 p.m. on Saturdays, when the Lindsay Farmers Market blocks access to Victoria Avenue North between Peel Street and Kent Street West, buses detour. They operate along their regular route to Victoria North and Peel, then detour:

eastward along Peel;
southward along Cambridge Street North; and then
westward along Kent West to Victoria,
resuming their regular route westward along Kent.

Red route

Starting Monday, August 15, buses start their trips at the main downtown Lindsay stop on William Street south south of Kent Street West, then proceed:

eastward along Kent Street West;
southward along Lindsay Street South;
eastward along Ridout Street;
southward along Mill Street;
westward along Melbourne Street;
southward along Simcoe Street;
westward along Durham Street East;
southward along Wolfe Street;
westward along Mary Street East;
northward along Lindsay Street South;
westward along Melbourne Street West;
southward along Cambridge Street South;
eastward along George Street West;
southward along James Street;
westward along Mary Street West;
northward along Hamilton Street;
westward along Durham Street West;
northward along Sussex Street South;
eastward along Melbourne West;
southward along Victoria Avenue South;
westward along Durham West;
southward along Albert Street South;
south-, west- and northward through the campus of Sir Sanford Fleming College; then continuing
west-, south- and westward along Auk Trail;
southward along Angeline Street South;
eastward into Victoria Manor; then continuing
northward along Angeline South;
westward along McGibbon Boulevard;
northward along McQuarry Road;
eastward along Mary West;
northward along Angeline South;
westward along along Kent West;
south- and westward to the Lindsay Square Mall transit stop, across from Zellers,
ending their trips.

Returning downtown, buses start at Lindsay Square, then proceed:

northward along Commerce Road;
eastward along Kent West; and then
reverse the route to Durham Street West and Sussex Street South; then proceed
northward along Sussex South;
eastward along Melbourne Street West;
southward along Victoria Avenue South; and then
westward along Durham West to Hamilton Street; then
reversing the route to Russell Street East and Mill Street; then proceeding
westward along Russell East and West; and then
northward along William Street South to the downtown Lindsay transit stop,
ending their trips.

Buses serving all three routes leave the downtown transit stop every hour on the hour.

Buses operating along the Blue route serve the eastern half of their route, then return to the downtown transit stop every hour on the half-hour. They then continue on the western half of their route.

Buses serving all three routes stop at Lindsay Square Mall. Buses operating along the Green and Red routes leave the mall every hour on the half-hour. Buses operating along the Blue route leave the mall every hour at 44 minutes past the hour.

Buses serving the Blue and Red routes serve Sir Sanford Fleming College. Buses operating along the Blue route leave Fleming every hour at 51 minutes past the hour. Buses operating along the Red route heading away from downtown leave Fleming every hour at 18 minutes past the hour. Buses heading to downtown leave Fleming every hour at 42 minutes past the hour.