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September 2018 - Route 1/1X and Route 101 Changes

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Burlington Transit is working to build a better transit system. To help improve the reliability of Route 1/1x and Route 101, the following changes are being made, effective Sunday, Sept. 2, 2018.

Route schedules are not affected by these changes.


Route 101 Express

Starting on Sunday, Sept. 2, 2018, Route 101 will become an express route between Hamilton and Burlington and will make fewer stops.

In Hamilton, Route 101 will stop at

  • York Boulevard at Queen Street N.
  • York Boulevard at Bay Street N.
  • Catherine Street N. at King William Street
  • King Street at James Street

From Hamilton, Route 101 to Burlington GO will travel directly to Plains Road West at Waterdown Road and will then make all regular stops to the Burlington GO station.

Route 101 to Hamilton will stop at Plains Road West at Waterdown Road and travel directly to its next stop at York Boulevard at Queen Street South.


Route 1/1x - Fewer Stops

As of Sunday, Sept. 2, 2018, Route 1/1X will make limited stops on York Boulevard and Plains Road West, between Gorton Avenue and Dundurn Castle.

To ride the Route 1/1X, please proceed to one of the following stops:

  • Plains Road West at Gorton Avenue
  • Plains Road West at Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) Main Building
  • Plains Road West at Botanical Drive
  • York Boulevard at Plains Road
  • York Boulevard at RBG Rock Garden
  • York Boulevard at Old Guelph Road
  • York Boulevard at Dundurn Castle


Route 1X to Hamilton

Waterdown Road Route Change

Starting Sunday, Sept. 2, 2018, Hamilton-bound Route 1X into the Aldershot GO station will turn north on Cooke Boulevard.


Burlington-bound Route 1Xwill continue to turn left at Waterdown Road to go to the Aldershot GO station.

Customers wishing to ride the Hamilton-bound 1X to the Aldershot GO should proceed to the new bus stop at Masonry Court at Waterdown Road or Plains Road at Cooke Boulevard.

Route 1 does not go to the Aldershot GO and continues its regular route along Plains Road.



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