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Schedule Changes - Nov. 4, 2018

over 1 year ago

Starting Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018, Burlington Transit is changing schedules for routes 3, 5, 6, 11, 12, 21, 25, 80, 81, 83 to improve bus arrival times and connections.

Changes include:

  • To ensure routes remain on schedule
    • Routes 5 and 80 will operate as separate buses and riders must transfer between Routes 5 and 80 at the Burlington GO station at 2101 Fairview St.
    • Routes 6 and 11 will operate as separate buses and riders must transfer between Routes 6 and 11 at the GO 407 Carpool lot on Dundas Street, west of Walkers Line
  • More frequent buses along Brant Street. Riders can take Routes 3 or 5 between downtown and the Burlington GO station
  • Route 12 will operate on a 30-minute schedule all day
  • Schedules for Routes 11, 21, 25, 81 and 83 will shift by 5 minutes to improve connections at GO stations.

Visit the Schedules and Maps page to view route guides.

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Thoughts 10 months ago
The overall ridership was much higher before the "improvements" made in November of 2012. The schedule was simple and very easy to remember. Most buses ran every 30 minutes and rush hour service was every 15 minutes. It didn't take nearly as long to get anywhere in the City.Just give us back the old schedule and ridership will go up. Easy peasy.
jaczena about 1 year ago
Has any thought be given to the use of Uber to take people at off peak hours, from low density areas, as other municipalities have been doing? Parking at the GO stations is often overcrowded is anything being done to make it easier for people to use the GO train service?
Homer about 1 year ago
Seriously you want to increase frequency ??The busses roll around are city almost completely empty 95% of the time.Why not use smaller buses or start using ride share firms instead?
McGheeKrizsan about 1 year ago
The current transit system that essentially services the Go Trains, forgets the people that just want to travel around their own city to go to the mall or downtown without taking multiple buses. A re-thinking of the system is badly needed.
McGheeKrizsan about 1 year ago
You need to improve service to Tyandaga. Kids in this area have to walk a couple of miles before taking a bus on the weekend or anytime outside of rush hour. Considering most kids go to school in Aldershot, they cannot get to and from after school if they choose to play after school sports or visit friends with out a ride by a parent or other. The area between Tyandaga and Aldershot is not safe for biking or walking. If we want our kids & teens to have some independence these days, being able to get around their town is a first step.
Pinedale Community about 1 year ago
Transit is pointless in Burlington - I am in the process of buying my daughter a car - changing routes is like rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic