Brampton Transit Improves Links To The GO Train

Photo via the GO Transit Facebook Page

Brampton Transit today added new trips and made schedule adjustments to improve connectivity to the GO train and the city bus network.

In a release, Brampton Transit announced that these new trips will include early weekday morning journeys on routes 501 Züm Queen, 505 Züm Bovaird and 30 Airport Road.

In addition, 60-minute weekday evening trips will be added to routes 6 James Potter and 26 Mount Pleasant to help connect riders to GO Transit evening trains.

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Several routes will be altered to improve connectivity to the GO Train and bus network.

This enhanced linkage comes just days after it was announced that Mobilinx has won the contract to build the new Hurontario LRT line that is slated to open in 2024.

It will connect Hurontario St. in Brampton to Port Credit in Mississauga, bringing commuters more options to get across the GTA.

Brampton Transit began operations in 1974. It is currently linked with Mississauga Transit to the south, Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) to the southeast and York Region Transit to the east.

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The alterations, which can be found at www.bramptontransit.com  include:

To Mount Pleasant GO Station and Village

— 6 James Potter

— 9 Vodden

— 26 Mount Pleasant

— 27 Robert Parkinson

— 28 Wanless

 — 29 Williams

— 55 Elbern Markell

— 60 Mississauga Road

To Brampton GO Station

— 1 Queen

— 2 Main

— 24 Van Kirk

— 25 Edenbrook

— 561 Züm Queen West

To Bramalea GO Station

— 13 Avondale

— 15 Bramalea

— 16 Southgate

— 40 Central Industrial

— 92 Bramalea GO

To Malton GO Station

— 505 Züm Bovaird

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