Terminals & Station Stops

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Zum Station Stop

The second most recognized element of Brampton’s new BRT service is the Züm station stops. Featuring Züm’s one-of-a-kind branding and colour scheme, the station stops are unique to the GTA thanks to their modern design, functionality and size. Customer-focused features include:

  • Digital displays that post next bus information in real time (i.e. next bus in 3 minutes)
  • Large, heated waiting areas (radiant heat)
  • Increased lighting and security cameras
  • Comfortable street furniture
  • A wheelchair loading area
  • Litter and recycling bins
  • An information centre that includes a detailed map, customer service information and route schedules

Station Stops along Züm Queen Street include:

  • Downtown Terminal
  • Centre Street
  • Kennedy Road
  • Rutherford Road
  • West Drive/Laurelcrest Street
  • Dixie Road
  • Bramalea Terminal
  • Bramalea Road
  • Glenvale Boulevard/Finchgate Boulevard
  • Torbram Road
  • Gateway Boulevard/Chrysler Drive
  • Airport Road
  • Goreway Drive
  • McVean Drive
  • The Gore Road
  • Highway 50
  • Highway 27
  • Martin Grove Road
  • Kipling Avenue
  • Islington Avenue
  • Pine Valley Drive
  • Ansley Grove Road
  • Weston Road
  • Vaughan Corporate Centre
  • Interchange Way
  • York University

Station Stops along Züm Main Street include:

  • Sandalwood Parkway
  • Bovaird Drive
  • Williams Parkway
  • Vodden Street
  • Nelson Street/Theatre Lane
  • Wellington Street
  • Nanwood Drive
  • Shoppers World Terminal
  • Sir Lou Drive/County Court Boulevard North
  • Ray Lawson Blvd/County Court Blvd South
  • Derry Road
  • Courtneypark Drive
  • Britannia Road
  • Matheson Boulevard
  • Bristol Road
  • Eglinton Avenue
  • Mississauga City Centre Terminal

Station Stops along Züm Steeles Avenue include:

  • Brampton Gateway Terminal
  • Kennedy Road
  • Rutherford Road/First Gulf Boulevard
  • West Drive/Tomken Road
  • Dixie Road
  • Bramalea Road
  • Torbram Road 
  • Airport Road
  • Goreway Drive
  • Finch Avenue
  • Humber College

Bramalea Terminal

The Züm Queen Street launch in the fall of 2010 also featured the grand opening of the new Bramalea Terminal. Located across the street from the Region of Peel building, the terminal seamlessly connects the Züm Queen Street line with Brampton Transit’s conventional routes and offers new technologies, improved passenger waiting areas and comfortable amenities.

Station Stops

Other terminal features include:

  • Two large, covered platforms that offer protection from the weather
  • 18 bus bays (eight on the main platform, 10 at the secondary platform)
  • Three enclosed passenger waiting areas
  • Designated areas for washrooms, customer service information, security and operations
  • Bike storage, outdoor seating and enhanced landscaping
  • New customer service technologies include: 
    • Bus arrival information posted in real time on LCD screens (similar to arrival/departure information boards at airports)
    • PRESTO equipment (balance check machines and the ability to purchase and upload at customer service)
  • New transit priority measures include:
    • Dedicated transit only turning lanes
    • Signal technology that allow all buses to get into and out of the terminal quickly

Brampton Gateway Terminal at Shoppers World

The Züm Steeles Avenue launch in the fall of 2012 also featured the grand opening of the new Brampton Gateway Terminal. Located at the northwest corner of Main Street and Steeles Avenue, our new terminal houses all routes and services previously located at the Shoppers World Terminal and boasts a number of amenities. 

shoppers

Amenities:

  • 17 bus bays for current service and future expansion
  • Improved customer service area: enclosed waiting area; concession kiosk; washrooms; real-time information displays
  • Bike shelter
  • Transit signal priorities to help buses stay on schedule
  • Improved landscaping and lighting

 

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