Transit Updates


Join us from March 27 – April 7 at our Public Information Centres and help shape our Annual Service Plan. 

Find a location near you: 

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 in person? No problem, provide your feedback online from March 27-April 7. Stay tuned link to be available on March 27.

36 Gardenbrooke Updated Routing

Effective Monday, March 6, 2023 route 36 Gardenbrooke will have an updated route. 

​The updated 36 Gardenbrooke routing will now service Countryside Drive, Martin Byrne Drive, Mayfield Road and The Gore Road. 

Please see the map below

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Let’s talk “Snow” Business

​Brampton Transit has established a Winter Weather Plan to ensure that bus service is maintained in the event of severe weather. This plan includes:

  • Continually monitoring for weather changes and/or updates in or Control Centre and communicating this to internal team members.
  • Dispatching snow removal teams to terminals as needed
  • Arranging for extra staffing and buses as required
  • Providing winter supplies to on-road Supervisors
  • Initiating end of winter weather event clean up which includes removal of snow from Transit terminals and facilities.

Brampton Transit may implement detours as necessary to improve reliability of routes for customers.

The City of Brampton’s Road Operations team keep all roads clear of ice and snow, as well as clear the snow from bus shelters and stops across the city. If you see a stop that requires some extra attention please contact the 311 team. To see the City’s snow and plowing updates visit the Plow Tracking app or

For customer service assistance our Contact Centre is available to assist you, call 905.874.2999.


  • Dress warm.
  • Allow extra time.
  • Stay visible when dark.
  • Cross at designated crosswalks.

Be patient, plan ahead and stay safe.


C​onnections to York University

501C Züm Queen service will operate between Bramalea Transit Terminal and York University during the weekday peak periods only.

Click here for more information on the 501C Züm Queen Service.

501 Züm Queen Schedule

During off peak periods, customers destined to York University can transfer from Route 501 Züm Queen to the TTC subway, or to other YRT and/or TTC services:

From Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station:

  • TTC Subway to York University Station
    • TTC fare required

From Highway 7 & Weston Road:

  • YRT Route 165/165F
  • Highway 7 to Pioneer Village Bus Terminal via Weston Road & Steeles Avenue

From SmartVMC Bus Terminal:

  • TTC Subway to York University Station
    • TTC fare required
  • YRT Route 20 Jane to Pioneer Village Bus Terminal

Other Services/Locations:

  • TTC Route 60D Steeles West to TTC Pioneer Village Station
    • TTC fare required
    • Connects with Route 11 Steeles at Steeles Avenue W & Signal Hill Avenue
  • GO Transit Bus Routes (Bramalea GO Station to Highway 407 Station, transfer to TTC Subway to York University Station):
    • Route 41 Hamilton/Pickering via 407
    • Route 47 Hamilton/Hwy 407 Terminal
    • Route 48 Guelph/Hwy 407 Terminal
    • Route 56 Oakville/Oshawa via 407
    • GO Transit fare required

Connect with us:
For assistance with inquiries or trip planning, call the Contact Centre at 905.874.2999. 

Hurontario Street LRT Construction Update

Hurontario Street LRT construction is continuing to progress between  Brampton Gateway Terminal and Mississauga City Centre. Please see below for current construction impacts and bus stop conditions in the project area.

All bus stops are currently open and temporary bus stop platforms have been set up on Hurontario Street as needed. Minor delays are expected due to lane reductions.
Until further notice: lane reductions on Topflight Drive and Edwards Boulevard will cause minor delays. Traffic will be maintained in all directions, including access to 407 Park & Ride Loop. However, there will be periods where vehicles and buses will be flagged through construction areas.

Please observe all temporary signage and temporary platforms.

For customer service assistance click here.
For more information on the project visit