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Trinity Common construction:
Brampton Transit detours start October 4



Update — Tuesday, November 15, 5:05 a.m.: Construction has ended and buses have resumed regular service.


Starting Tuesday, October 4, RioCan, the owners of Trinity Common, are closing the main access road from Bovaird Drive East into the shopping area, while crews rebuild and repave the roadway.

Brampton Transit is detouring buses operating along these routes, while the road is closed:

  • 5 Bovaird;
  • 21 Heart Lake;
  • 23 Sandalwood; and
  • 505 Züm Bovaird.

All buses continue to drop off or pick up passengers at their usual stops in Trinity Common terminal. Construction does not affect buses operating along other Brampton Transit routes or GO Transit buses serving the terminal.

This is the second phase of the construction project. Crews worked on the first phase from Monday, July 11 until Sunday, August 21.

Construction on phase 2 of the project at Trinity Common and the detours continue until further notice.

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5 Bovaird

Starting Tuesday, October 4, eastbound buses operate along their regular route to Bovaird Drive East across from the main north-south Trinity Common access road, then detour:

eastward along Bovaird East;
northward along Great Lakes Drive;
westward along the Trinity Common access road across from Peter Robinson Boulevard; and then
southward along an internal roadway to the main east-west Trinity Common access road,
resuming their regular route eastward into the Trinity Common terminal.

Westbound buses operate along their regular route to Trinity Common terminal, then detour:

northward along an internal roadway;
eastward along the Trinity Common access road across from Peter Robinson Boulevard; and then
southward along Great Lakes Drive to the main east-west Trinity Common access road,
resuming their regular route southward along Great Lakes.

21 Heart Lake

Southbound buses operate along their regular route.

Starting Tuesday, October 4, northbound buses start their trips in Trinity Common Terminal, as usual, then proceed:

northward along an internal roadway;
eastward along the Trinity Common access road across from Peter Robinson Boulevard;
southward along Great Lakes Drive; and then
westward along Bovaird Drive East to the main north-south Trinity Common access road,
resuming their regular route westward along Bovaird East.

23 Sandalwood
505 Züm Bovaird

Starting Tuesday, October 4, eastbound buses operate along their regular route to Bovaird Drive East across from the main north-south Trinity Common access road, then detour:

eastward along Bovaird East;
northward along Great Lakes Drive;
westward along the Trinity Common access road across from Peter Robinson Boulevard; and then
southward along an internal roadway to the main east-west Trinity Common access road,
resuming their regular route eastward into the Trinity Common terminal.

Westbound buses operate along their regular route to Trinity Common terminal, then detour:

northward along an internal roadway;
eastward along the Trinity Common access road across from Peter Robinson Boulevard; and then
southward along Great Lakes Drive to the main east-west Trinity Common access road,
resuming their regular route southward along Great Lakes.