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Major changes ahead for Hurontario / Main Street,
starting September 6



Starting Tuesday, September 6, Brampton Transit and MiWay passengers benefit from more frequent service along Hurontario Street and Main Street.

Brampton Transit is introducing its second bus rapid transit service, the 502 Züm Main line that day, while MiWay reorganizes both miLocal and miExpress bus service along the corridor.

Red and silver Z&uum;lm buses operating along Brampton Transit’s 502 Züm Main route and blue MiExpress buses operating along MiWay’s 103 Hurontario express route deliver more frequent express service on Hurontario and Main Streets. These routes replace MiWay’s current 102 InterCity express and 202 Hurontario limited route. At the same time, regular red, white and blue Brampton Transit local buses operate along the current 2 Main route, while orange miLocal buses operate along a shorter version of MiWay’s current 19 Hurontario route.

The Züm buses provide all-day service, seven days a week, between Sandalwood Parkway and Mississauga City Centre Transit Terminal, diverting into the Shoppers World Terminal.

MiWay’s all-day miExpress buses operate along the 103 Hurontario express route Mondays to Saturdays. The buses travel between the Shoppers World Terminal and the Port Credit GO Station, bypassing the Mississauga City Centre Transit Terminal to reduce travel times for passengers.

Brampton Transit and MiWay are installing new on-street signs at Züm and miExpress bus stops along each route to help passengers identify and access the new services.


The changes affect these routes:

Brampton Transit2 Main, 502 Züm Main.

MiWay19 / 19A / 19B / 19C Hurontario, 102 InterCity express, 103 Hurontario express, 202 Hurontario limited.


Brampton Transit
2 Main

Buses continue divert through the Shoppers’ World Terminal and start and end their trips at GO Transit’s Hurontario / Highway 407 “Park ‘n’ Ride carpool lot. At the carpool lot, passengers can transfer to Brampton Transit local buses operating along the 2 Main route and GO express buses operating along Highway 407.

502 Züm Main

With Brampton’s second bus rapid transit service line, buses operate along the 502 Züm Main all day, seven days a week, between Sandalwood Parkway and the Mississauga City Centre Transit Terminal. The buses also operate through the Shoppers World Terminal.

The buses drop off and pick up passengers along Main Streets North and South and Hurontario Street at

  • Sandalwood Parkway;
  • Bovaird Drive;
  • Williams Parkway;
  • Vodden Street;
  • Nelson Street / Theatre Lane;
  • Wellington Street;
  • Nanwood Drive;
  • Shoppers World Terminal;
  • Sir Lou Drive / County Court Boulevard North;
  • Ray Lawson Boulevard / County Court Boulevard South;
  • Derry Road;
  • Courtneypark Drive;
  • Britannia Road;
  • Matheson Boulevard;
  • Bristol Road;
  • Eglinton Avenue; and
  • the Mississauga City Centre Terminal.

Buses drop off and pick up passengers at all stops every 10 minutes Mondays to Fridays during rush hours and every 20 minutes during all other times of the week.


MiWay
19 /19A / 19B / 19C Hurontario

Buses no longer start and end their trips at the Shoppers World Terminal. Instead, the buses operate to and from GO Transit’s Hurontario / Highway 407 “Park ‘n’ Ride carpool lot. At the carpool lot, passengers can transfer to Brampton Transit local buses operating along the 2 Main route and GO express buses operating along Highway 407.

Mondays to Fridays, buses operating along the 19A Hurontario - Britannia and 19B Hurontario - Cantay branches continue to serve the employment districts along Britannia Road and Cantay Road.

Saturdays, buses continue to serve the 19A branch but also operate along the new 19C Hurontario - Heartland branch to provide passengers service to and from the Heartland Centre.

Mondays to Fridays, south of Britannia Road, buses operating along the 19, 19A and 19B branches drop off and pick up passengers every 5 minutes. North of Britannia, where buses only operate along the main 19 branch, buses serve stops every 15 minutes.

Buses continue to divert off Hurontario Street to serve the Mississauga City Centre Terminal.

103 Hurontario express

Blue miExpress buses operating along this new route between Port Credit GO Station and the Shoppers World Terminal in Brampton Mondays to Saturdays. The buses bypass the City Centre Transit Terminal. Buses operate every 19 minutes Mondays to Fridays and every 24 minutes Saturdays.

Buses operating along the 103 Hurontario express route drop off and pick up passengers at all stops that buses operating along the 102 InterCity express and 202 Hurontario limited-stop routes currently serve.

202 Hurontario (limited stops)

Saturday, September 3 is the last day that buses operate along the route. Starting Tuesday, September 6, buses operating along the new 103 Hurontario route drop off and pick up passengers at all 202 stops all day Mondays to Saturdays.

102 InterCity express

Friday, September 2 is the last day that buses operate along the route. Starting Tuesday, September 6, buses operating along the new 103 Hurontario route drop off and pick up passengers at all 102 stops, except the Mississauga City Centre Terminal, all day Mondays to Saturdays.


You can see a map of bus services along Hurontario and Main Streets, starting Tuesday, September 5 here. (.pdf)