Effective January 6, 2020, service improvements and changes for various Brampton routes have taken effect.
The following Brampton transit routes have been affected: 1A Queen, 2 Main, 3/3A McLaughlin, 5 Bovaird, 8 Centre, 11 Steeles, 15 Bramalea, 17 Howden, 21 Heart Lake, 26 Mount Pleasant, 27 Robert Parkinson, 28 Wanless, 29 Williams, 32 Father Tobin, 50 Gore Road and 54 County Court.
While most changes include weekday and weekend schedule improvements for riders, some routes, such as the 1A Queen, will now end at the Downtown Terminal at certain times during weekday evenings.
Brampton Transit has also made changes to some routes in order to make better connections with GO Transit.
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Because of these service improvements and changes, Brampton Transit advises riders to check the updated route schedules prior to heading out.
Later this year, the city of Brampton can also expect free transit for seniors, according to a recent video by Mayor Patrick Brown.
To see the full list of changes and improvements, click here.