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Bus Schedule Changes

Buses
Last Updated: May 20, 2022 | 01:18:16 PM
  • Route 30 (Kitchener)
    Update

    Service Changes Starting May 24

    Starting Tuesday, May 24, we are adjusting some bus schedules to better connect with changing train and bus service:

    • The 9:19 a.m. westbound trip from Bramalea GO will depart 13 minutes earlier to maintain connection with changing Route 31 bus service.
    • The 6:34 p.m. westbound trip from Bramalea GO will depart 15 minutes earlier to maintain connection with changing Kitchener line train service.

    Always check our website before travelling to ensure you have the latest schedule information.

    Find the schedules 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

    Seatbelts on GO buses

    As the result of a legislative change, new GO buses added to our fleet have seatbelts. Please buckle up when seatbelts are available – it’s the law.

    Getting ready for a return to transit? If you haven’t travelled with us for a while, welcome back! We’re excited to have you. Thanks for your patience while we all adjust to a new normal. Check out these top 10 tips before you ride with us.

    Safety is still – and will always be – central to everything we do.

    • Masks continue to be mandatory on GO Transit. Ensure your mask properly covers your nose and chin.
    • Dozens of safety measures have been implemented to ensure our trains, buses and stations are clean and provide a safe transit option. Find out how we’re responding to COVID-19 by clicking here.

    Pay before you board with these easy options:

  • Route 31 (Kitchener)
    Update

    Service Changes Starting May 24

    Starting Tuesday, May 24, some weekday evening GO Bus Route 31 trips will be cancelled due to returning train service on the Kitchener line.

    Some of the returning train trips will depart earlier than the bus trips they will replace. Be sure to check the schedule to plan your trip in advance.

    We are also adding two Route 31 trips due to cancelled rail service:

    • The 8:16 a.m. westbound trip from Union Station will replace the 8:34 a.m. train to Mount Pleasant GO
    • A westbound trip at 11:25 p.m. from Brampton GO will be added to maintain a bus connection for Route 33A customers travelling west of Brampton

    Always check our website before travelling to ensure you have the latest schedule information.

    Find the schedules 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

    Seatbelts on GO buses

    As the result of a legislative change, new GO buses added to our fleet have seatbelts. Please buckle up when seatbelts are available – it’s the law.

    Getting ready for a return to transit? If you haven’t travelled with us for a while, welcome back! We’re excited to have you. Thanks for your patience while we all adjust to a new normal. Check out these top 10 tips before you ride with us.

    Safety is still – and will always be – central to everything we do.

    • Masks continue to be mandatory on GO Transit. Ensure your mask properly covers your nose and chin.
    • Dozens of safety measures have been implemented to ensure our trains, buses and stations are clean and provide a safe transit option. Find out how we’re responding to COVID-19 by clicking here.

    Pay before you board with these easy options:

  • Route 37 (Orangeville/Brampton)
    Update

    Service Changes Starting May 24

    Starting Tuesday, May 24, the 6:41 p.m. northbound trip from Brampton GO will depart 15 minutes earlier, at 6:26 p.m., to maintain the connection with an adjusted Kitchener line train trip.

    Always check our website before travelling to ensure you have the latest schedule information.

    Find the schedules 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

    Seatbelts on GO buses

    As the result of a legislative change, new GO buses added to our fleet have seatbelts. Please buckle up when seatbelts are available – it’s the law.

    Getting ready for a return to transit? If you haven’t travelled with us for a while, welcome back! We’re excited to have you. Thanks for your patience while we all adjust to a new normal. Check out these top 10 tips before you ride with us.

    Safety is still – and will always be – central to everything we do.

    • Masks continue to be mandatory on GO Transit. Ensure your mask properly covers your nose and chin.
    • Dozens of safety measures have been implemented to ensure our trains, buses and stations are clean and provide a safe transit option. Find out how we’re responding to COVID-19 by clicking here.

    Pay before you board with these easy options:

  • Route 38 (Bolton/Malton)
    Update

    Service Changes Starting May 24

    Starting Tuesday, May 24, the 6:27 p.m. northbound trip from Malton GO will depart 15 minutes later, at 6:42 p.m., to maintain the connection with an adjusted Kitchener train trip.

    Always check our website before travelling to ensure you have the latest schedule information.

    Find the schedules 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

    Seatbelts on GO buses

    As the result of a legislative change, new GO buses added to our fleet have seatbelts. Please buckle up when seatbelts are available – it’s the law.

    Getting ready for a return to transit? If you haven’t travelled with us for a while, welcome back! We’re excited to have you. Thanks for your patience while we all adjust to a new normal. Check out these top 10 tips before you ride with us.

    Safety is still – and will always be – central to everything we do.

    • Masks continue to be mandatory on GO Transit. Ensure your mask properly covers your nose and chin.
    • Dozens of safety measures have been implemented to ensure our trains, buses and stations are clean and provide a safe transit option. Find out how we’re responding to COVID-19 by clicking here.

    Pay before you board with these easy options:

  • Route 65 (Barrie)
    Update

    Service Changes Starting May 21

    Starting Saturday, May 21, some weekday evening and weekend GO Bus Route 65 trips will be cancelled due to returning train service on the Barrie line.

    Some of the returning train trips will depart earlier than the bus trips they will replace. Be sure to check the schedule to plan your trip in advance.

    Always check our website before travelling to ensure you have the latest schedule information.

    Find the schedules 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

    Seatbelts on GO buses

    As the result of a legislative change, new GO buses added to our fleet have seatbelts. Please buckle up when seatbelts are available – it’s the law.

    Getting ready for a return to transit? If you haven’t travelled with us for a while, welcome back! We’re excited to have you. Thanks for your patience while we all adjust to a new normal. Check out these top 10 tips before you ride with us.

    Safety is still – and will always be – central to everything we do.

    • Masks continue to be mandatory on GO Transit. Ensure your mask properly covers your nose and chin.
    • Dozens of safety measures have been implemented to ensure our trains, buses and stations are clean and provide a safe transit option. Find out how we’re responding to COVID-19 by clicking here.

    Pay before you board with these easy options:

  • Route 71 (Uxbridge/Union)
    Update

    Service Changes Starting May 24

    Starting Tuesday, May 24, some weekday evening GO Bus Route 71 trips will be cancelled due to returning train service on the Stouffville line. Some weekend trips will be cancelled starting Saturday, May 28, due to returning weekend train service following the completion of track work at Unionville GO.

    Some of the returning train trips will depart earlier than the bus trips they will replace. Be sure to check the schedule to plan your trip in advance.

    Always check our website before travelling to ensure you have the latest schedule information.

    Find the schedules 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

    Seatbelts on GO buses

    As the result of a legislative change, new GO buses added to our fleet have seatbelts. Please buckle up when seatbelts are available – it’s the law.

    Getting ready for a return to transit? If you haven’t travelled with us for a while, welcome back! We’re excited to have you. Thanks for your patience while we all adjust to a new normal. Check out these top 10 tips before you ride with us.

    Safety is still – and will always be – central to everything we do.

    • Masks continue to be mandatory on GO Transit. Ensure your mask properly covers your nose and chin.
    • Dozens of safety measures have been implemented to ensure our trains, buses and stations are clean and provide a safe transit option. Find out how we’re responding to COVID-19 by clicking here.

    Pay before you board with these easy options:

  • Route 81 (Beaverton/Port Perry/Whitby)
    Update

    Temporary service changes to the Lakeshore East, westbound train service beginning late evening Friday, May 27 until end of service on Sunday, May 29.

    There will be temporary service changes to the Lakeshore East, westbound train service beginning late evening Friday, May 27 until end of service on Sunday, May 29 to accommodate track replacement between Ajax and Pickering GO station.

    Westbound service at all stations from Oshawa GO station to Union Station will operate 20 minutes earlier than usual, except for the last train of the evening which will operate 10 minutes later than usual.



    Saturday, May 28 – Sunday, May 29:

    Customers travelling on the GO bus 81 service from Trent University to Oshawa GO, will have an additional 10-minute wait at the station to connect to the next westbound Lakeshore East train service.

  • Route 88 (Peterborough/Oshawa)
    Update

    Temporary service changes to the Lakeshore East, westbound train service beginning late evening Friday, May 27 until end of service on Sunday, May 29.

    There will be temporary service changes to the Lakeshore East, westbound train service beginning late evening Friday, May 27 until end of service on Sunday, May 29 to accommodate track replacement between Ajax and Pickering GO station.

    Westbound service at all stations from Oshawa GO station to Union Station will operate 20 minutes earlier than usual, except for the last train of the evening which will operate 10 minutes later than usual.

    Friday May 27:
    Customers travelling on the last GO bus 88 service from Trent University at 10:00 p.m. arriving 11:25 p.m. at Oshawa GO, will have an additional 10-minute wait at the station to connect to the last westbound Lakeshore East train service.

    Saturday, May 28 – Sunday, May 29:

    Customers travelling on the GO bus 88 service from Trent University to Oshawa GO, will have an additional 10-minute wait at the station to connect to the next westbound Lakeshore East train service.

  • Route 96 (Oshawa/Finch)
    Update

    Seasonal service to the Toronto Zoo returns starting May 21

    We heard you love the zoo! Starting May 21, seasonal weekend service to the Toronto Zoo returns on GO Bus Route 96. This summer, on weekends and holidays from Victoria Day weekend to Labour Day weekend, most GO bus Route 96 trips will include a stop at the Toronto Zoo. Route 96Z will serve Oshawa GO, Whitby GO, Ajax GO, the Toronto Zoo, Scarborough Centre Bus Terminal, Yonge Street at Sheppard Ave., and Finch Bus Terminal.

    Always check our website before travelling to ensure you have the latest schedule information.

    Find the schedules 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

    Seatbelts on GO buses

    As the result of a legislative change, new GO buses added to our fleet have seatbelts. Please buckle up when seatbelts are available – it’s the law.

    Getting ready for a return to transit? If you haven’t travelled with us for a while, welcome back! We’re excited to have you. Thanks for your patience while we all adjust to a new normal. Check out these top 10 tips before you ride with us.

    Safety is still – and will always be – central to everything we do.

    • Masks continue to be mandatory on GO Transit. Ensure your mask properly covers your nose and chin.
    • Dozens of safety measures have been implemented to ensure our trains, buses and stations are clean and provide a safe transit option. Find out how we’re responding to COVID-19 by clicking here.

    Pay before you board with these easy options:

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