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Service and Information Update


Help shape public transit in Brampton

Brampton Transit riders and residents are invited to help shape public transit in Brampton by providing feedback on the annual service plan.  

Through customer and staff feedback, Brampton Transit is committed to improving service while supporting its rapid growth. 

Starting March 28, the Brampton Transit team will be at the following locations across the city highlighting proposed route and schedule changes, and gathering public input.  

Tuesday, March 28  
Cassie Campbell Community Centre    
1050 Sandalwood Parkway West   
5 – 8 pm   
Thursday, March 30   
Bramalea Civic Centre    
150 Central Park Drive    
2 – 5 pm    
Wednesday, April 5   
Gore Meadows Community Centre   
10150 The Gore Road   
5 – 8 pm    
Can’t make it? Information on proposed service changes will be available at starting Monday, March 27 until Friday, April 7, along with an online comment form.  

Did you know? Brampton Transit has 133 Züm hybrid-electric buses (HEBs) and eight battery electric buses (BEBs) that remove an estimated combined 5,300 tonnes of green house gas emissions (CO2e) – equivalent to removing about 1,150 passenger cars off the road. 

Information gathered will inform future transit service planning.

Stay Connected Follow Brampton Transit on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @BramptonTransit. Visit​ or call 905.874.2999. 

Media Relations, City of Brampton