COVID-19 Updates

Electric Buses in service on Route 26 on May 4

​Brampton Transit electric buses to launch in service on May 4 on route 26 Mount Pleasant.

In order to accommodate efficient electric bus operations and charging at Mount Pleasant Village, the current Route 27 Robert Parkinson stop will be permanently relocated to the east to be shared with Route 28 Wanless (IVR# 4238).
A few things to note when travelling:
• You may stay on the bus while it is charging, but no boarding/ exiting until the charge is complete
• You may exit the bus at the designated drop off area, prior to charging starting
• You may board at the designated pick up location, once charging is complete
Please see attached map for reference.

For more details on the Electric Bus Demonstration and Integration Trial click here.

iRide School Routes

Routes 200-217 are cancelled until further notice.  
Secondary school related extra trips on Routes 4/4A, 7/7A, 9, 21, 32, 57 continue to operate.
For assistance with inquiries or trip planning, call the Contact Centre at 905.874.2999. 

Temporary Bus Stops Hurontario Street and Tremblay Street

Start: Tuesday, April 6
End: Wednesday, June 30 (approx)
Effective Tuesday, April 6, the City of Brampton will be doing work to the intersection of Hurontario Street and Tremblay Street. This construction will temporarily impact the following bus stops:
Southbound Hurontario Street opposite Tremblay Street (IVR#1769)
Passengers will need to use the southbound bus stop on Hurontario Street at Fisherman Drive (IVR# 1768)for the duration of construction.
Northbound Hurontario Street at Tremblay Street (IVR#1751)
Passengers will use the temporary bus stop approximately 100 metres north.
View the temporary stop map below:
Temorary Bus Stop Hurontario.PNG

​Thank you for your patience during this time.

Essential Travel Only


Right now, Transit is for essential travel only which includes:

  • Essential Job
  • Grocery Store
  • Pharmacy
  • Accessing Health Care Services
Do your part and limit all non-essential travel.

Bovaird Drive Construction

​Start: November 9, 2020

Starting on November 9, 2020 for approximately one year, The Region of Peel will begin construction on Bovaird Drive between Worthington Drive and Ashby Field Road.
The following bus stop will be closed for the duration of the construction:
#2379 westbound Bovaird Drive east of Ashby Field Road/Lagerfeld Road.
Passengers will be redirected to the Mount Pleasant GO Station.

Passengers may experience delays during this time.
For customer service assistance click here.

Median Removal –Hurontario Street/Main Street

To prepare for the construction of Hurontario LRT, crews will remove existing medians along Hurontario Street, between Lancashire Lane and Bartley Bull Parkway.

Delays are expected.
Start Date: Monday September 14
Regular service will be operated, however expect delays due to lane reductions on Hurontario.
For more information on the project visit

Bus Capacity

Buses are operating with a limited capacity. All riders are required to wear non-medical masks.
The maximum number of passengers allowed on each bus is:
  • 40 foot bus: 35 people
  • 60 foot bus: 55 people
This capacity is equivalent to a full-seated load. Passengers can choose to sit or stand.

Reduced Service Updates

Brampton Transit will be operating a reduced service until further notice. Service levels are continuously being evaluated based on the  resources available and rider feedback. Please check schedules before travelling.

Click here for schedule information.
The Contact Centre remains open to assist with inquiries and trip planning. Please call 905.874.2999 for assistance.

Follow us on Twitter @BramptonTransit to stay informed.
For additional information on how to stay safe, visit

Cleaning and Sanitization

Effective March 6, Brampton Transit has implemented an enhanced cleaning and sanitizing schedule.

We’ve increased the frequency of bus cleanings, wiping down all hard surfaces, Operator compartments and seats using OXIVIR, a disinfectant solution.

Terminals and Facilities
All hard surfaces in transit terminals and facilities are being sanitized on a daily basis. This cleaning and sanitizing schedule will be in place for the foreseeable future.

Brampton Transit will continue to provide updates as details become available. Follow us on Twitter @BramptonTransit to stay informed.
For additional information on how to stay safe, visit

Travel Tips

We all need to do our part to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Protect yourself and others by taking the following precautions.

  • Limit all non-essential travel. Brampton Transit is a critical service and we are dedicated to providing a safe service to the community. Please only utilize transit service for necessary essential trips only.
  • Practice physical distancing.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, mouth and nose as much as possible.
  • Avoid contact with people who are ill.
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue. If you don't have a tissue, cough or sneeze into your upper sleeve or elbow, not your hands. Wash hands after coughing and sneezing.
  • It is mandatory for all riders to wear a non-medical mask on buses and at terminals. Click here for more information on the recovery plan.

For additional ways to keep yourself safe, visit​

Follow us on Twitter @bramptontransit for updates.