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Bus Schedule Changes

Buses
Last Updated: April 13, 2021 | 06:46:26 AM
  • Route 25 (Waterloo/Mississauga)
    Update

    Service changes start April 10

    GO Bus Route 25 will follow a different route in downtown Kitchener and some stops will be moved due to upcoming road construction projects in the area..

    • In downtown Kitchener, buses will run along Weber St. The stops on Victoria St. @ King St., Joseph St. @ Ontario St., Charles St. @ Queen St., and King St. @ Montgomery Rd. will be removed and relocated to Weber St., and will be an approximate five-to-ten minute walk from the stops being removed.
    • Route 25 will no longer serve the on-street stop near the Kitchener Bus Terminal. The replacement stop is located on Weber St. @ Queen St.

    All Route 25 eastbound trips will depart the University of Waterloo five minutes later and all westbound trips will arrive at the University of Waterloo five minutes earlier, with time changes along the route.

    Click here to see the new schedules. Be sure to check the website often for updates.

    Wondering when the next bus will arrive? You can text or call our Where’s My Bus service to get real-time information. Find out more at gotransit.com/wmb.

    Pay before you board with these easy options:

    Safety never stops

    “Safety Never Stops” isn’t a slogan for our team. It’s our commitment. Every day. Every train. Every bus. Every trip. Everyone. But we also know that even though we’re taking many measures, such as installing physical barriers and hand sanitizer dispensers on vehicles and at stations, and enhancing our cleaning of surfaces, we can’t do it alone.  We’re in this together. Your health and safety is a partnership - our shared responsibility. Find out how we’re responding to COVID-19 by clicking here.

  • Route 30 (Kitchener)
    Update

    Service changes start April 12

    GO Bus Route 30 will follow a different route in downtown Kitchener and some stops will be moved due to upcoming road construction projects in the area.

    • In downtown Kitchener, buses will run along Weber St. The stops on Victoria St. @ King St., Joseph St. @ Ontario St., Charles St. @ Queen St., and King St. @ Montgomery Rd. will be removed and relocated to Weber St., and will be an approximate five-to-ten minute walk from the stops being removed.
    • Route 30 will no longer serve the on-street stop near the Kitchener Bus Terminal. The replacement stop is located on Weber St. @ Queen St.

    Most Route 30 eastbound trips will depart Kitchener GO five minutes later and all westbound trips will arrive at Kitchener GO five minutes earlier, with time changes along the route.

    Click here to see the new schedules. Be sure to check the website often for updates.

    Wondering when the next bus will arrive? You can text or call our Where’s My Bus service to get real-time information. Find out more at gotransit.com/wmb.

    Pay before you board with these easy options:

    Safety never stops

    “Safety Never Stops” isn’t a slogan for our team. It’s our commitment. Every day. Every train. Every bus. Every trip. Everyone. But we also know that even though we’re taking many measures, such as installing physical barriers and hand sanitizer dispensers on vehicles and at stations, and enhancing our cleaning of surfaces, we can’t do it alone.  We’re in this together. Your health and safety is a partnership - our shared responsibility. Find out how we’re responding to COVID-19 by clicking here.

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