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YRT hosts public information centres,
in East Gwillimbury, September 12, 27

York Region Transit is hosting two public information events to update East Gwillimbury residents about its 2019 service plans.

It intends to replace its current dial-a-ride services with a new service model, “on-demand” service. On-demand vehicles would pick up passengers at a fixed address and carry them to the nearest in-service YRT bus stop or to another address within a certain area.

YRT intends to introduce this change in Mount Albert September 2019. Buses would continue to provide conventional fixed-route service along the 58 Mount Albert route — but only Mondays to Fridays during rush hours. On-demand service would be available to passengers Monday-to-Friday midday and evenings and Saturdays.

Similarly, it plans to introduce on-demand to Holland Landing Monday-to-Friday midday and evenings December 2018. Regular buses would continue to operate along the 52 Holland Landing route during rush hours and Saturdays.

At these open house events, you can review the plans, ask questions of YRT staff and comment.

Events take place:

You can view YRT’s draft 2019 service plan here.

Wednesday, September 12

4 until 8 p.m.
Mount Albert Community Centre
53 Main Street.

Thursday, September 27

4 until 8 p.m.
Holland Landing Community Centre - Dalhousie Room
19513 Yonge Street.