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MiWay's City Centre Terminal reopens,
September 6


After nearly six months of construction, MiWay buses again operate through the City Centre Terminal, starting Tuesday, September 6.

MiWay closed the terminal — beside Square One mall — Sunday, April 11. In the meantime, construction crews replaced the concrete at the south end of the terminal’s upper level, which had been deteriorating.

When you visit the terminal next Tuesday, you’ll find that buses may drop off or pick up passengers at different stops than they did before construction. For example, MiWay has designated a drop-off zone, where all buses stop and all passengers must exit.

MiWay says that it’s also located the stops for buses operating through similar areas at the same platform or nearby. Buses that operate east and west along Rathburn Road West won’t enter the terminal. Instead, you can board and exit from those buses at stops on the street, improving the reliability of the services. (Previously, MiWay added extra time to the schedules of buses operating along these routes to compensate for delays resulting from looping through the terminal.)

Reopening the terminal affects buses operating along these routes:

Brampton Transit
  • 501 Züm Queen.


  • 3 Bloor;
  • 6 Credit Woodlands;
  • 7 **Airport;
  • 8 Cawthra;
  • 9 Rathburn - Thomas;
  • 10 Bristol - Britannia;
  • 19 / 19A / 19B / 19C Hurontario;
  • 20 Rathburn;
  • 21 Explorer;
  • 26 Burnhamthorpe (weekends only);
  • 28 Confederation;
  • 34 Credit Valley;
  • 61 / 61A Mavis;
  • 66 McLaughlin;
  • 68 Windsor Hill;
  • 91 Hillcrest; and
  • 315 Rick Hansen - City Centre high school special.


  • 107 Malton;
  • 109 Meadowvale;
  • 110 University.