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Bus Schedule Changes

Buses
Last Updated: October 31, 2020 | 02:59:27 PM
  • Route 70 (Uxbridge/Unionville)
    Update

    Service changes start October 14

    Starting Wednesday, October 14, some weekday trip times will be adjusted to connect with the changing weekday Stouffville line trains.

    • some northbound departures will be up to five minutes later
    • some southbound departures will be up to nine minutes later

    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.


    At GO Transit, safety never stops; your health and safety are our top priority.

    • Face coverings are essential to keeping everyone safe and are mandatory on GO Transit. Be sure to properly wear it so that it covers your nose, mouth and chin while in stations, on platforms and for your entire train or bus ride.
    • Wash your hands often. When you can’t, hand sanitizer is readily available along your journey.
    • Avoid lining up at the station. Load money onto your PRESTO card using the PRESTO App, or buy your ticket online.
    • Find out how we're responding to COVID-19 by clicking here.
  • Route 81 (Beaverton/Port Perry/Whitby)
    Update

    IMPORTANT UPDATE about DRT One-Fare Program

    The DRT One-Fare program, which allowed customers with a DRT monthly pass to travel on select GO bus routes without paying an additional fare, will end on October 24.

    While the DRT One-Fare program is ending, customers who pay a single fare and transfer between DRT and GO can always pay $0.80 for the DRT portion of their trip when using PRESTO. Click here for the Durham Region Transit website.

    At GO Transit, safety never stops; your health and safety are our top priority.

    • Face coverings are essential to keeping everyone safe and are mandatory on GO Transit. Be sure to properly wear it so that it covers your nose, mouth and chin while in stations, on platforms and for your entire train or bus ride.
    • Wash your hands often. When you can’t, hand sanitizer is readily available along your journey.
    • Avoid lining up at the station. Load money onto your PRESTO card using the PRESTO App, or buy your ticket online.
    • Find out how we're responding to COVID-19 by clicking 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.

  • Route 90 (Lakeshore East)
    Update

    Changes to Service and DRT One-Fare Program as of October 24

    On September 28, Durham Region Transit introduced its new network providing more travel options and more frequent service. To avoid duplication and use our resources where they are needed most, service on GO Bus Route 90 will be reduced starting Saturday October 24. On weekdays, service will run hourly during the rush hours and every two hours in the midday and evening on weekdays. On weekends, service will run every two hours.

    Click here to see the updated schedule.

    Also, the DRT One-Fare program, which allowed customers with a DRT monthly pass to travel on select GO bus routes without paying an additional fare, will end on October 24.

    While the DRT One-Fare program is ending, customers who pay a single fare and transfer between DRT and GO can always pay $0.80 for the DRT portion of their trip when using PRESTO. Click here for the Durham Region Transit website.

    At GO Transit, safety never stops; your health and safety are our top priority.

    • Face coverings are essential to keeping everyone safe and are mandatory on GO Transit. Be sure to properly wear it so that it covers your nose, mouth and chin while in stations, on platforms and for your entire train or bus ride.
    • Wash your hands often. When you can’t, hand sanitizer is readily available along your journey.
    • Avoid lining up at the station. Load money onto your PRESTO card using the PRESTO App, or buy your ticket online.
    • Find out how we're responding to COVID-19 by clicking 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.

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