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Town of Milton News

Posted Wednesday, July 26, 2017

News Release - Ridership on Milton Transit's conventional system increased by 9% in the second quarter of this year, compared to same period last year. Milton access+ also showed significant increases during the quarter with 20% growth in passenger trips. Growth in conventional ridership is attributed to service changes and enhancements introduced on April 3, which included new routes serving the Boyne Neighbourhood and 401 industrial areas; route modifications to improve schedule adherence; a...

Posted Friday, June 23, 2017

Read and Ride ProgramRide for free this summer all around town with Milton Transit's Read & Ride Program for youth 14 years & under, Jul 3 - Sept 2. Visit any library branch to validate your library card; show the validated card to the operator when boarding any Milton Transit bus. Join us for the program launch event at Milton Public Library: Saturday, June 24, 1:00 - 3:00 pm Milton Public Library: Main Library, 1010 Main St. E.Beaty Branch, 945 Fourth LineMore information: Read and Ride Program

Posted Monday, June 05, 2017

To celebrate Seniors' Month and to thank seniors for their outstanding contributions to our community, Milton Transit is providing free conventional service every Wednesday in the month of June: June 7, 14, 21, 28 Try our new Route 62 for Campbellville! Routes and schedules

Posted Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Route 2 Main may experience delays during watermain/wastewater replacement construction work by Halton Region on Bronte Street South. Please give yourself extra time when travelling on this route, and note temporary adjustments to bus stop locations, as required. Active construction is planned for April to August 2017. Construction details: Halton Region Construction Projects

Posted Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Routes 1A/1B Industrial may experience delays during widening and reconstruction work by Halton Region on Steeles Avenue. Please give yourself extra time when travelling on this route, and note temporary adjustments to bus stop locations as required. Active construction is planned for April to November 2017. Construction details: Halton Region Construction Projects