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Brampton Transit decreasing service along eight routes, starting March 31



Update — Monday, June 22, 6:53 a.m.: Brampton Transit is reopening customer-service counters in three terminals, starting June 22.


Update — Sunday, June 14, 2:30 p.m.: BT is restoring some of its regular service, starting Monday, June 15.


Update — Saturday, May 2, 6:02 p.m.: Brampton Transit increases service along 11 routes, starting Monday, May 4.


Update — Saturday, April 25, 12:53 p.m.: Brampton Transit is closing customer-service counters in terminals, starting Monday, April 27.


Update — Saturday, April 11, 8:04 a.m.: Starting Monday, April 13, most Brampton Transit buses operate with “enhanced” Sunday schedules Mondays to Saturdays. Starting Sunday, April 19, buses along most routes operate with regular Sunday schedules. BT is also cancelling all service along several routes.


Update — Thursday, April 2, 2:55 p.m.: Starting Saturday, April 4, Brampton Transit cancels or decreases weekend service along four routes.


Starting Tuesday, March 31, Brampton Transit is cancelling service along eight routes Mondays to Fridays during the morning and afternoon rush hours (from 6 until 9 a.m. and from 3 until 7 p.m.). BT says, it’s cancelling the service “due to resources and in order to maintain service levels on the main corridors.”

Service continue along the routes Monday-to-Friday midday (from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.) and evenings (after 7 p.m.).

The eight routes are:

  • 12 Grenoble;
  • 13 Avondale;
  • 16 Southgate;
  • 17 Howden;
  • 19 Fernforest;
  • 32 Father Tobin;
  • 33 Peter Robertson; and
  • 56 Kingknoll.

Brampton Transit decreased service along most routes, starting Monday, March 23 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.