Brampton is a well-developed city within Ontario and provides its residents with reliable transit and highways for easy access around the city and the GTA. The City of Brampton continues to innovate and evolve as the population grows, always improving its already impressive transportation systems. Below we’ve provided you with detailed information on Brampton’s transit routes and highway options for straightforward, stress-free travel. Check it out!
Brampton Transit is a pay-as-you-board transit system throughout the city. They have 70 routes, including five Züm lines, one GO shuttle route (92 Bramalea GO Shuttle), four express routes (104 Chinguacousy Express, 115 Airport Express, 185 Dixie Express, 199 UTM Express), and sixteen school routes.
The main route outside of the Reserve at Country Trails is the 30 that travels south down Airport Road. This route has 40 stops departing from 12203 Airport Rd (Legacy Warehouse) and ending in Westwood Mall Terminal. This bus starts operating at 12:11 AM and ends at 11:42 PM from Monday to Sunday. Schedules do change but, for the most part, it stays consistent. Connecting lines are easily accessible from the 30, making travel convenient and quick for you!
Brampton Züm is an extension of the Brampton Transit system and a public transit solution that supports high-capacity routes. Using world-class technologies to provide better and faster ways to connect people and places, it provides benefits similar to rail transportation. Züm is a better way to commute!
Züm riders can enjoy an array of advanced customer service technologies, including:
• Limited stops to reduce travel times
• Real-time Next Bus Information
• Transit Signal Priority technology to help buses remain on schedule
• Plush, high-back seats for a smooth ride
• Seamless integration with all Brampton Transit buses
There are five Züm routes in service:
• Züm Queen Street (Downtown Terminal to York University)
• Züm Main Street (Sandalwood Parkway to the Mississauga City Centre Terminal)
• Züm Steeles Avenue (Lisgar GO Station to Humber College)
• Züm Bovaird Drive (Mount Pleasant GO Station to Malton GO Station)
• Züm Queen Street West (Downtown Terminal to Mount Pleasant GO Station).
GO Transit is a combination of train and bus lines that get people where they need to go around the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. There are three GO Stations in Brampton – the Brampton GO Station located at 27 Church Street West in downtown Brampton, the Bramalea GO Station near the Bramalea community at 1713 Steeles Avenue East, and the Mount Pleasant GO at 1600 Bovaird Drive West near the New Urbanist community. Bramalea GO is the nearest station to The Reserve at Country Trails – take the Brampton Transit 30 to the 511. GO Transit is your best option for traveling outside of Brampton and within the GTA.
The GO Train system from Brampton is the ideal transportation option for commuters who work in Toronto as the Kitchener line goes straight to Union station with no transfers or traffic. In the opposite direction, you can get to cities like Georgetown, Guelph, and Kitchener. All three GO Stations in Brampton are connected to this line, and it runs hourly seven days a week. You can find schedules here (https://www.gotransit.com/en/trip-planning/seeschedules).
The GO Bus gives you more options for transit and can get you to more locations within the GTA. The 30 can get you to Mississauga and Kitchener, the 47 can get you to Hamilton, and the 36B can get you to North York without any stops. Search for bus schedules here (https://www.gotransit.com/en/trip-planning/plan-your-trip)!
Part of the 400-series highways, Highway 410 is the main highway that travels through Brampton. It connects to Highway 401 and 403, taking Brampton residents anywhere within the GTA and beyond to Hamilton and Niagara. This freeway turns into Highway 10 once it hits Caledon, continuing north as a four-lane undivided highway that will get commuters up to Orangeville and further. Easily access Brampton’s main streets like Sandalwood Parkway, Bovaird Drive, Williams Parkway, Queen Street, Steeles Avenue, and more!
Highway 407 is the first provincially owned tolled highway in Ontario, running east-west from Brock Road in Pickering to Highway 35/115 in Clarington. Brampton residents can easily access Highway 407 via Highway 410. Highway 407 is owned by the Province but is connected to the existing 407 Express Toll Route (ETR), which is owned by a private company. 407 ETR provides tolling and customer services on the Province’s behalf for Highway 407. Highway 407 allows for shorter travel times with less traffic – perfect for stress-free commutes!
Interchanges on Highway 407 are:
• Brock Road
• Lake Ridge Road
• Baldwin Street
• Thickson Road
• Simcoe Street
• Harmony Road
• Enfield Road
• Highway 418
• 57/Bowmanville Avenue
• Darlington – Clarke Townline Road
• Highway 35/115
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