Burlington Transit Detours to be Aware of This Sunday (Sept. 30)

If you regularly use the Burlington transit system, there are some detours to be aware of this weekend.

These detours will be taking place on Sept. 30, lasting from roughly 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

The detours will be in effect due to the CIBC Run for the Cure road race.

The detour areas are as follows.

New St. between Drury Lane and Woodview Rd; Lakeshore Rd. from Elizabeth to Guelph Line, and Guelph Line from Lakeshore Rd. to Woodward Rd.

Burlington transit systems will proceed to stops on New St. west of Drury Lane, New St. east of Woodview Rd., and Guelph Line north of Woodview Rd.

According to the city, the exact detour routes will be as follows:

  • Route 3 will travel along New St., turn left onto Drury Lane, right onto Woodward Ave., left onto Guelph Line and continue its regular route. Route 3 will not service Lakeshore Road and Guelph line south of Woodward Ave.
  • Route 4 eastbound will travel along New St., turn left onto Drury Lane, right onto Prospect St., right onto Cumberland Ave., left onto Rexway Dr., right onto Woodview Rd. and continue its regular route.
  • Route 4 westbound will travel along New St., turn right onto Woodview Rd., left onto Rexway Dr., right onto Cumberland Ave., left onto Prospect St., left onto Drury Lane, left onto New St. and continue its regular route.
  • Route 10 eastbound will travel along New St., turn left onto Drury Lane, right onto Prospect St., right onto Cumberland Ave., left onto Rexway Dr., right onto Woodview Rd. and continue its regular route.
  • Route 10 westbound will travel along New St., turn right onto Woodview Rd., left onto Rexway Dr., right onto Cumberland Ave., left onto Prospect St., left onto Drury Lane, left onto New St. and continue its regular route

The following stops will not be in service:

  • Stops on Lakeshore between Elizabeth St. and Guelph Line
  • Stops on New St. between Drury Lane and Woodview Rd.
  • Stops on Guelph Line between Lakeshore Rd and Woodward Ave.

All photos are courtesy of Burlington Transit on Twitter: @BurlONTransit

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