Brampton Transit riders, some changes are coming your way starting Tuesday, September 8.

Some of the routes are opening after being shut down due to COVID closures. Here’s what will be back up and running on the 8th.

501 Zum Queen
502 Zum Main
505 Zum Bovaird*
511/511A/511C* Zum Steeles
1/1A Queen
2 Main
3/ 3A* McLaughlin
4/4A Chinguacousy
5/5A Bovaird
6 James Potter
7/7A Kennedy
8 Centre
9 Vodden
10 South Industrial
11/11A Steeles
12 Grenoble*
13 Avondale*
14/14A Torbram
15/ 15A* Bramalea
16 Southgate*
17 Howden*
18 Dixie
19 Fernforest*
20/20A East Industrial
23 Sandalwood
24 Van Kirk*
26 Mount Pleasant
27 Robert Parkinson*
29/29A* Williams Parkway
30 Airport Road
31 McVean
32 Father Tobin*
35 Clarkway
50/ 50A Gore Road
51 Hereford
52 McMurchy
53 Ray Lawson
54 County Court*
56 Kingknoll
57 Charolais
60 Mississauga Road
115 Airport Express
*Routes back in service.

The City of Brampton also says dedicated secondary school routes will resume Sept. 8 as well. The hours for the terminal buildings at Bramalea, Brampton Gateway and Downtown are 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., however the Trinity Common terminal remains closed.

Don’t forget to maintain your physical distance at bus stops even while wearing masks. And finally, a reminder that on the buses and inside the terminals, non-medical masks and face-coverings are mandatory.

For more info, visit the Brampton Transit website.