Service Barrie (705) 726-4242
Transit Terminal & Intercity Information Mon–Fri 5am–11pm Sat 5:30am–11pm Sun 6am–10pm 24 Maple Ave., Barrie Ontario
Go Transit Phone: (888) 438-6646www.gotransit.com
Ontario Northland Phone: (800) 461-8558www.ontarionorthland.ca
Please avoid all unnecessary travel. Do not use public transit if you are feeling unwell. If you must use transit, follow Ministry of Health recommendations to help keep yourself safe.
Maple & Dunlop Detour: Routes 1,4, 5, 6, 7, 8,& 100 are on detour due to the closure of the Maple & Dunlop intersection from Monday April 27th to Friday July 17th 2020. See the
Detour Plan to find your nearest in-service stop.
Route 3 Innisfil Detour: Route 3 is on detour due to the closure of Innisfil between Brock and Tiffin until late summer 2020. See the
Innisfil Detour Plan to find your nearest in-service stop.
Route 3 Mapleview Detour: Route 3 is on detour due to the closure of Mapleview between Yonge and Royal Jubilee from Monday March 2 to June 15 2020 (extended). Please see the
Mapleview Detour Plan for the nearest in-service Route 3 stops. A GO Shuttle will be provided on weekdays to accommodate GO Train trips. Please see the
GO Shuttle Map & Schedule for details.
Route 3 Allandale Recreation Centre Detour: Route 3 is on detour and will not service Stop #2 at Allandale Recreation Centre from Monday June 1st to November 2020. The nearby closure of Fairview Road is expected to create traffic delays. This detour will maintain reliability of the route. Please see the Allandale Recreation Centre Detour Plan to find your nearest Route 3 in-service stop.
The City also added increased safety measures to protect drivers and riders during this time. Safety measures include:
To assist in protecting transit staff and riders, the Ministry of Health recommends the use of face coverings, particularly when physical distancing is not possible on public transit. To keep yourself safe, follow the linked
Starting April 6, Barrie Transit moved to hourly service. Buses run from approximately 5:30am to 12:30am Monday to Saturday. Sunday service remains hourly from approximately 9am to 11pm. See
schedule & maps.
It is critical for people to have the ability to ride the bus to get basic things like groceries or to jobs that we rely on. The City has been putting increased measures in place to protect drivers and riders during this time.
Offering free transit creates the opportunity to have riders board from back door, which reduces risk to transit operators and further supports
Riders must board and exit the bus from the rear door only. People with accessible needs can continue to board using the front doors.
Barrie Transit has been offering free services since March 20. Refunds or credits for March, April, May and June monthly pass purchases will be provided on a prorated basis for the period of time Barrie Transit was free to the public. Riders should hold on to their March/April/May transit pass. Refunds or credits will be provided when the City is able to resume public facing services to the community.
As of April 6, the Downtown Bus Terminal is closed until further notice.
GO Trains and Buses will be operating with adjusted schedules beginning Wednesday April 8th 2020. These adjustments are temporary. Please see the
GO Transit schedules page for more details.
Barrie Transit continues to operate and has increased the cleaning of vehicles and facilities. To protect the Specialized Transit Clients and Operators and to help minimize the spread of COVID-19:
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