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Planning Burlington Transit's future:
Public meetings, March 18, 20, 21



As Burlington’s population grows, moving around the city should be easy and convenient, including aboard Burlington Transit.

You can learn more about Burlington Transit’s future plans and provide your feedback to help shape Burlington’s future transit system during an upcoming series of public drop-in events.

Learn about:

  • Frequency of service;
  • Peak service hours;
  • Key travel destinations; and
  • Transit connections in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton area.

Burlington Transit staff have scheduled the events:

Events take place:


Monday, March 18

City Hall,
426 Brant Street,
From 3 until 6 p.m.

Getting there by public transit:

  • Inbound Burlington Transit buses along the 3 Guelph - Downtown and 5 Francis - Downtown routes to Brant Street south of Ontario Street, in front of City Hall.
  • Outbound buses along the 3 Guelph - Downtown and 5 Francis - Downtown routes to James Street at Brant Street. Cross Brant at the signal to City Hall.
  • Buses along the 4 Central and 10 New - Maple routes stop in Downtown Burlington Terminal, just two blocks from City Hall. Walk northward John Street one block to James. Walk westward one block to Brant. Cross Brant at the signal to City Hall.
  • Eastbound buses along the 300 Aldershot community connection route to Brant Street south of Ontario Street, in front of City Hall.
  • Westbound buses along the 300 Aldershot community connection route to James Street at Brant Street. Cross Brant at the signal to City Hall.
  • Hamilton Street Railway buses along the 11 Parkdale route also stop in Downtown Burlington Terminal, just two blocks from City Hall. Walk northward John Street one block to James. Walk westward one block to Brant. Cross Brant at the signal to City Hall.

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Wednesday, March 20

Central Recreation Centre / Arena,
519 Drury Lane,
From 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Getting there by public transit:

  • Eastbound Burlington Transit buses along the 4 Central route to Drury Lane north of Teen Tour Way, beside the recreation centre / arena.
  • Westbound buses along the 4 Central route to Drury across from Teen Tour. Cross Drury to the recreation centre / arena.
  • Buses along the 300 Aldershot, 301 Pinedale or 302 Tansley Woods community connection routes to the Burlington Seniors Centre. Walk north one block along the access road to the recreation centre / arena.
  • Inbound buses along the 10 New / Maple route to New Street at Drury Lane. Walk northward two blocks to the recreation centre / arena.
  • Outbound buses along the 10 New / Maple route to New Street west of Stinson Avenue. Walk eastwards to Stinson, then cross New at the signal to the northeast corner. Walk northward two blocks along Drury to the recreation centre / arena.

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Thursday, March 21

Tansley Woods Recreation Centre,
1996 Itabashi Way,
From 6 until 9 p.m.

Getting there by public transit:

  • Inbound Burlington Transit buses along the 12 Upper Middle route to Upper Middle Road and William O’Connell Boulevard. Cross at the signal to the southwest corner, then walk southward to the recreation centre.
  • Outbound buses along the the 12 Upper Middle route to Upper Middle Road and Itabashi Way. Walk southward to the recreation centre.

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Inbound buses operate toward Burlington GO Station.

Outbound buses operate away from Burlington GO Station.