Transit

With input from its riders, Burlington Transit will introduce schedule changes for some Burlington Transit bus routes starting Sunday, Jan. 6, 2019.

Trail from Ontario St to Grahams Lane Construction of the Ontario Street to Graham’s Lane Multi-Use Trail is scheduled to start in mid-September and will continue for approximately 3-4 months. The trail will be 4 meters wide and surfaced with asphalt paving. There will be benches, trash receptacles and vehicle access bollards where the path …

News briefs: Construction to start on trail from Ontario to Grahams Lane; pedestrian signal installed on Lakeshore at Paletta park; transit route changes start Sept. 2 Read More »

More people in Halton are using public transit to get to work, rising to 11% of commuters up from 4% a decade ago. Oakville has the highest percentage of transit use at 17%, followed by Burlington at 9%, Milton at 8.3% and Halton Hills at 3.6%. Carpooling, walking and cycling as methods to get to …

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City of Burlington –  On Saturday Nov. 11, Remembrance Day services will take place in downtown Burlington. Brant Street will be closed from Victoria Avenue/Baldwin Street to Elgin Street. Bus routes 3 and 5 will detour from approximately 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. During this time, passengers who wish to catch a route 3 or 5 …

Road closures, transit changes for Remembrance Day, Sat. Nov. 11 Read More »

City of Burlington press release – Beginning Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017, Burlington Transit will be making changes to a number of routes to improve service and schedule accuracy. All Burlington Transit riders are encouraged to check schedules before every trip by visiting tripplanner.burlington.ca. Changes Routes 2, 3 Routes 2 and 3 will stop at the …

Changes to transit routes 2, 3, 6, 11, 25 & 80 coming Sept. 3 Read More »

The city has hired a new Director of Transit, Sue Connor, and a consultant, Jarrett Walker, to review the current state of Burlington’s transit system, and make recommendations to council for improvement. At a workshop this fall, members of council will be presented with some alternatives for transit. Feedback from council and the public throughout …

Transit: can we achieve increased ridership and better coverage? Read More »