Transit bus riders in Mississauga will see increase in service starting Labour Day
Published August 15, 2022 at 3:58 pm
Service will be increased on five busy MiWay bus routes starting Sept. 5 as tens of thousands of Mississauga kids head back to school.
Officials at MiWay, Mississauga’s public transit provider, say among the changes set to be introduced next month are increased services along some routes in response to ridership growth. Both frequency of buses and passenger capacity will be increased.
Routes to see increased service are:
- 35 Eglinton-Ninth Line (weekdays)
- 42 Derry (Saturday/Sunday)
- 61 Mavis (Saturday/Sunday)
- 66 McLaughlin (weekdays)
- 107 Malton Express (weekdays)
“Starting Monday, Sept. 5, there will be MiWay service changes that include adjusting service levels in the transit network to match growing ridership demand along key corridors, resuming regular service to post-secondary and high schools as students return to class, and allocating blue buses on two local (non-express) routes to help redistribute resources and improve service reliability,” MiWay officials said.
Meanwhile, MiWay bus service to University of Toronto Mississauga is also being increased for the fall as students return to in-person learning.
Routes 101/101 A Dundas Express will both service UTM on weekdays as the students return to campus.
Route 110 University Express will also provide regular service to and from the UTM campus. The Route 110 bus stop at City Centre Transit Terminal will be relocated to Platform L due to construction in the area.
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