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General Info

Burlington Transit is the public transport provider in the city of Burlington, Ontario, Canada. Services began in September 1975, after the city had been served by neighbouring systems including Hamilton Street Railway (H.S.R), and former subsidiary Canada Coach Lines, as well as "local" services to and from Toronto once provided by Gray Coach Lines and GO Transit along Lakeshore Road (Highway 2).

Burlington Transit is a member of the Canadian Urban Transit Association.

It connects with Hamilton Street Railway on the south and west and Oakville Transit on the east. In addition, the Appleby, Burlington, and Aldershot GO Transit stations on the Lakeshore West line are also connected. The Downtown Bus Terminal, located at 430 John Street, close to Lakeshore Road (Highway 2) and Lake Ontario, is the main bus terminal, and the Greyhound Canada bus stop in Burlington. The transit yard and administration centre is situated at 3332 Harvester Road


Routes

  • 1 Plains-Fairview
  • 2 Brant
  • 3 Guelph
  • 4 Pinedale
  • 5 Francis
  • 6 Headon Forest
  • 8 Industrial
  • 10 New
  • 11 Appleby
  • 12 Upper Middle
  • 15 Walkers
  • 16 Burloak
  • 61 Orchard
  • 62 Headon Road