Here’s What you Need to Know About Some Upcoming Milton Transit Schedule Changes
The Ontario government recently announced that there will be expanded GO Transit service along the Kitchener GO line.
This line services the Halton Region, as well as Brampton, and Guelph.
Starting on January 7, people travelling by GO Transit between Kitchener and Toronto's Union Station will get additional GO train service every weekday morning and afternoon, with a new trip option for customers in Kitchener, Guelph and Acton.
A morning trip that currently begins at Georgetown GO Station will now begin at Kitchener GO Station at 5:40 am., stopping at Guelph and Acton GO stations before continuing to serve all stops to Union Station, arriving at 7:43 am, for example.
Milton Transit has announced that come 2019 there will be schedule changes that will coincide with these GO Transit changes.
According to a recent press release, in order to maintain current connections with GO Trains, Milton Transit is adjusting schedule times on some bus trips during the morning and afternoon peak periods.
These changes will also be effective as of Monday, Jan. 7, 2019.
"Milton Transit continues to be committed to providing service integration with GO Transit." Tony D’Alessandro, Manager of Milton Transit, said in the press release.
"We will continue to work with Metrolinx to make commuting convenient for everyone who use our services".
Morning and afternoon bus trips will be adjusted by one to three minutes for all routes to ensure connections with GO Transit are maintained.
These schedule changes will allow for more flexibility and accommodations for passengers connecting to both services at the Milton GO Station.
For full updated route schedules, visit www.miltontransit.ca.
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