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Summer transit perks for kids in Burlington, Milton and Oakville

Transit systems in Burlington, Milton and Oakville are making it easier for high school kids to get around while they’re enjoying their summer holidays, starting next week.


Students in Burlington who have enrolled in a secondary school and are younger than 21 years of age get a deal on the cost of student transit passes this summer. You can pick up your monthly Burlington Transit pass for just $40 — instead of the regular price of $64 — this July and August. The cost of passes goes back to its regular price in September.


Milton Transit and the Milton Public Library are teaming up for the Read and Ride Program. If you are 14 years of age or younger, you can ride the bus for free to the library to enjoy special summer reading programs, books, magazines and more, — and you can ride all over town for free, too!

Visit the library to obtain a transit sticker for your library card. Ride Milton Transit all over town for free by presenting your library card — with a sticker on it, of course! — to the bus driver. Stickers are valid from Monday, July 6 until Friday, August 28.


Again this year, kids in Oakville can use their Oakville Transit Freedom Passes all day, every day, all summer long.

The passes usually allow students between the ages of 6 and 18 to travel on any Burlington or Oakville Transit buses after 5 p.m. Mondays to Fridays and all day on weekends and holidays. This summer, you can buy your Freedom Pass for just $10 a month and use it to get around all day and all week.

You can find out more about Oakville Transit Freedom Passes here.