Brampton Transit is a pay-as-you-board transit system. Entry is by cash, PRESTO, or valid transfer. Exact fare is required on buses.
In 2010, we launched our Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) service, Züm, along Queen Street. Since then, we've launched four more BRT routes and one extension, which include:
Züm Main, Züm Bovaird, Züm Steeles and Züm Queen West.
We have two facilities:
- The Clark Facility located at 185 Clark Boulevard
- The Sandalwood Facility located at 130 Sandalwood Parkway West
The Sandalwood Facility was built in 2008 to help address the rapid population growth in Brampton and the need for more transit services.
We have 68 routes, which include:
- 5 BRT lines (Züm Queen, Züm Main, Züm Steeles, Züm Bovaird, Züm Queen West)
- 1 GO shuttle route - 92 Bramalea GO Shuttle
- 4 express routes - 104 Chinguacousy Express, 115 Airport Express, 185 Dixie Express, 199 UTM Express
- 17 school routes
Our busiest route is 501/501A Züm Queen.
We have 422 buses, conventional and Züm buses combined.
Brampton Transit has more than 1,000 employees.
Our Accessible Buses
All 422 buses in our fleet are equipped with accessibility features, including:
- Lift or ramp, kneeling feature at front doors
- Two wheelchair/scooter areas
- Blue international wheelchair symbol displayed on front passenger side
We offer a variety of transit passes for our riders:
Our Rider Guide
The Rider Guide is Brampton Transit’s official map for transit routes and information. It's free and available at the following locations: