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Major Burlington Transit changes in November:
Information sessions, September 7 and 8



Burlington Transit is proposing major changes to its routes and services, starting Sunday, November 3.

BT expects that, by updating its network of routes, it will:

  • respond to passengers who have asked for later evening service, earlier weekend service and more service statutory holidays;
  • improve connections and service to GO Transit trains and bus services;
  • provide faster service and improve reliability;
  • provide more service to areas that are growing in population or employment (or both), including the Plains Road corridor between downtown Hamilton and Burlington, the employment areas along both sides of the Queen Elizabeth Way and downtown Burlington.

BT’s hosting two information centres in Burlington Mall, where you can learn more about its plans:

  • Saturday, September 7, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
  • Sunday, September 8, from noon to 3 p.m.

You can also view the plans here.


Getting there by public transit

(Burlington Mall is at 777 Guelph Line, between Fairview and Prospect Streets)

  • Eastbound Burlington Transit buses operating along the 4 Central route to Prospect Street and Regency Lane. Cross at the signal and walk across parking lot to mall. (Saturday)
  • Westbound buses operating along the 4 Central route to Prospect Street and Regency Lane. Walk across parking lot to mall. (Saturday)
  • Buses operating along the 4 Central route to Prospect Street at Guelph Line. Cross at signals and walk to mall. (Sunday)
  • Eastbound buses operating along the 21 Fairview route to Prospect Street and Regency Lane. Cross at the signal and walk across parking lot to mall. (Saturday and Sunday).
  • Westbound buses operating along the 21 Fairview route to Prospect Street and Regency Lane. Walk across parking lot to mall. (Saturday and Sunday).
  • South- and northbound buses operating along the 3 Guelph route to Guelph Line south of Fairview Street. Cross at the signal and walk across parking lot to mall. (Saturday and Sunday).
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