Brampton Transit resuming service to Steeles West Corridor
As of Tuesday (March 16) Brampton Transit will resume servicing the Steeles West Corridor.
The decision to temporarily halt service was made by Brampton Transit out of an abundance of caution during an investigation by Peel Public Health associated with an outbreak of COVID-19.
As a result of the investigation, Peel Public Health believes there is no additional risk to drivers, transit users, or the general public, and service is therefore resuming.
As of the start of service on Tuesday, the 11 Steeles, 51 Hereford, and 511 Zum Steeles will all return to regular service.
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