MiWay making changes to bus routes this month, cancelling some routes in Mississauga
If you regularly use MiWay to make your way around Mississauga, you should expect some route changes.
The city recently announced that on Oct. 26, 2020, MiWay will be changing schedules on various routes and adding more frequent evening service on weekdays on Route 42 Derry. The city also said that commuters can expect some 300-series school route trip cancellations to reflect current ridership demand.
MiWay says the schedule changes are being made to improve connections across the network.
According to Miway, schedule changes will occur on the following routes:
4 Sherway Gardens
68 Terry Fox
76 City Centre-Subway
90 Terragar-Copenhagen Loop
91 Hillcrest-Cooksville GO
101 Dundas Express
As of Oct. 26, these 300-series school route trips will be cancelled due to low demand:
Route 304 Father Goetz-Mississauga Valley: cancelled 11:02 am eastbound trip.
Route 308 St. Joseph-Eglinton: this route will be cancelled.
Route 309 St. Joseph-Rathburn: cancelled 11:15 am southbound trip.
Route 334 St. Joseph-City Centre: cancelled 11:15 am southbound trip.
Route 341 Ninth Line-Thomas: this route will be cancelled.
Route 347 Loyola-South Common: cancelled 11:15 am eastbound trip.
Wearing a non-medical mask or face covering is required when riding on MiWay and when inside transit terminal buildings. Children under the age of two and people with disabilities or other medical conditions that prevent them from wearing a face-covering are not required to wear one.
The city says that customers are encouraged to use PRESTO as a contactless way to pay.
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