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Bus Schedule Changes

Buses
Last Updated: January 19, 2021 | 10:37:16 PM
  • Route 30 (Kitchener)
    Update

    Service changes start January 25

    COVID-19 has changed how we think and behave. We know we need to operate our services differently and will continue to monitor and adapt as necessary.

    Starting Monday, January 25, we are temporarily replacing select GO train service with buses to better match customer demand.

    Weekday evening trains on the Kitchener line will be temporarily replaced by new Route 30 and 31 bus trips to make better use of resources while demand is low.

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

    The new Union Station Bus Terminal opened in December and is located at the north-east corner of Bay and Lake Shore Blvd. just south of the old bus terminal. Learn more about how to access the new terminal here.

    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.

    “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 31 (Kitchener)
    Update

    Service changes start January 25

    COVID-19 has changed how we think and behave. We know we need to operate our services differently and will continue to monitor and adapt as necessary.

    Starting Monday, January 25, we are temporarily replacing select GO train service with buses to better match customer demand.

    Weekday evening trains on the Kitchener line will be temporarily replaced by new Route 30 and 31 bus trips to make better use of resources while demand is low.

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

    The new Union Station Bus Terminal opened in December and is located at the north-east corner of Bay and Lake Shore Blvd. just south of the old bus terminal. Learn more about how to access the new terminal here.

    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.

    “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 37 (Orangeville/Brampton)
    Update

    Service changes start January 25

    COVID-19 has changed how we think and behave. We know we need to operate our services differently and will continue to monitor and adapt as necessary.

    Starting Monday, January 25, we are temporarily replacing select GO train service with GO Bus Route 30 and 31 trips to better match customer demand. These Route 37 trips will be adjusted to connect with the replacement buses:

    • The southbound 7:51 p.m. trip from Orangeville will depart at 8:00 p.m., with times at all other stops also later, arriving at Brampton GO at 8:49 p.m. to connect there with a replacement bus to Union Station.
    • The southbound 9:51 p.m. trip from Orangeville will depart at 10:20 p.m., with times at all other stops also later, arriving at Brampton GO at 11 p.m. to connect there with a replacement bus to Union Station.

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

    The new Union Station Bus Terminal opened in December and is located at the north-east corner of Bay and Lake Shore Blvd. just south of the old bus terminal. Learn more about how to access the new terminal here.

    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.

    “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 65 (Barrie)
    Update

    Service changes start January 23

    COVID-19 has changed how we think and behave. We know we need to operate our services differently and will continue to monitor and adapt as necessary.

    Starting Saturday, January 23, we are temporarily replacing select GO train service with buses to better match customer demand.

    Weekday evening and weekend trains on the Barrie line will be temporarily replaced by new Route 65 and 68 bus trips to make better use of resources while demand is low.

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

    The new Union Station Bus Terminal opened in December and is located at the north-east corner of Bay and Lake Shore Blvd. just south of the old bus terminal. Learn more about how to access the new terminal here.

    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.

    “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 68 (Barrie/Aurora)
    Update

    Service changes start January 23

    COVID-19 has changed how we think and behave. We know we need to operate our services differently and will continue to monitor and adapt as necessary.

    Starting Saturday, January 23, we are temporarily replacing select GO train service with buses to better match customer demand.

    Weekday evening and weekend trains on the Barrie line will be temporarily replaced by new Route 65 and 68 bus trips to make better use of resources while demand is low.

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

    The new Union Station Bus Terminal opened in December and is located at the north-east corner of Bay and Lake Shore Blvd. just south of the old bus terminal. Learn more about how to access the new terminal here.

    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.

    “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 70 (Uxbridge/Unionville)
    Update

    Service changes start January 22

    COVID-19 has changed how we think and behave. We know we need to operate our services differently and will continue to monitor and adapt as necessary.  

    We are temporarily replacing select GO train service with buses to better match customer demand and for infrastructure work along the Stouffville corridor.

    On Friday, January 22, some weekday evening trains on the Stouffville line will be replaced by new Route 70 and 71 bus trips.

    Starting Saturday, January 23, all weekend trains on the Stouffville line will also be replaced.

    Starting Monday, January 25, the first morning southbound weekday train trip from Lincolnville GO and all weekday evening trains will also be replaced.

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

    The new Union Station Bus Terminal opened in December and is located at the north-east corner of Bay and Lake Shore Blvd. just south of the old bus terminal. Learn more about how to access the new terminal here.

    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.

    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 71 (Uxbridge/Union)
    Update

    Service changes start January 22

    COVID-19 has changed how we think and behave. We know we need to operate our services differently and will continue to monitor and adapt as necessary.  

    We are temporarily replacing select GO train service with buses to better match customer demand and for infrastructure work along the Stouffville corridor.

    On Friday, January 22, some weekday evening trains on the Stouffville line will be replaced by new Route 70 and 71 bus trips.

    Starting Saturday, January 23, all weekend trains on the Stouffville line will also be replaced.

    Starting Monday, January 25, the first morning southbound weekday train trip from Lincolnville GO and all weekday evening trains will also be replaced.

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

    The new Union Station Bus Terminal opened in December and is located at the north-east corner of Bay and Lake Shore Blvd. just south of the old bus terminal. Learn more about how to access the new terminal here.

    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.

    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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