Service Barrie (705) 726-4242
Transit Terminal & Intercity Information24 Maple Avenue, Barrie Ontario
Open daily, 7am–10pm
Go Transit Phone: (888) 438-6646www.gotransit.com
Ontario Northland Phone: (800) 461-8558www.ontarionorthland.ca
Greyhound Canada Phone: (800) 661-8747www.greyhound.ca
Do not use public transit if you are feeling unwell.
Please note that the Safe Restart Agreement funding for transit services is focused on providing financial relief and addressing financial pressures due to COVID-19. We thank all our transit users for their patience in these difficult times.
Routes 2, 3, 6 & 8 - Dunlop Streetscape Detour: Routes are on detour for the
Dunlop Streetscape Project beginning Thursday September 24th to late fall. Please use this map to find your nearest stop. Expect delays on Route 2, please use
MyRide to track your bus in real time.
Route 3 Allandale Recreation Centre: Route 3 is on detour and will not service Stop #2 at Allandale Recreation Centre from Monday June 1 to November 2020. The closure of Fairview Road is expected to create traffic delays and 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.
Route 5/6/8 - Anne: Stops 248 and 249 are temporarily closed due to construction from Wednesday Oct. 21st to end of day Friday Oct. 23rd. Please use this map for the nearby temporary stops.
Specialized Transit clients: please refer to
Specialized Transit considerations to help minimize the spread of COVID-19.
The City has added increased safety measures to protect Transit operators and riders during this time. Safety measures include:
Owners and operators of businesses and organizations as well as all public transit services are required to have a policy to restrict persons from entering or remaining in indoor public space of the business or public transit vehicle in Simcoe Muskoka, if the person is not wearing a face covering, subject to some exceptions. For the public, a face covering means a medical or non-medical mask or other face covering such as a bandana or scarf that covers the mouth, nose and chin.
A person is exempt if:
Riders who do not wear a face covering will be reminded by the operator that they are mandatory but will not be denied service. No proof of exemption is required.
Yes, Barrie Transit staff will wear a mask or face covering when working in the public areas of the indoor public space unless the staff member is within or behind a physical barrier or is in an area of the premises that is not designated for public access.
Currently, operators (drivers) are not required to wear a mask while operating the bus as passengers are boarding through the rear doors, and the front of the bus has been partitioned off. Drivers will use a mask when helping secure passenger wheelchair/mobility devices.
Once the driver shields are installed on buses and we resume front-door boarding, the operators (drivers) will not have to wear masks as they’ll be separated from the public. They will need to wear masks if they exit the driver seat/plexiglass area to secure a wheelchair/mobility device, or enter the public area of the vehicle.
Yes. For the public, a face covering means a medical or non-medical mask or other face covering such as a bandana or scarf that covers the mouth, nose and chin.
Yes. Wearing a mask or face covering is mandatory in all indoor public spaces in Barrie, Simcoe and Muskoka. Some exemptions apply.
Yes. Masks or face coverings are mandatory while riding any vehicle in the Barrie Transit fleet.
Yes. Please continue to keep a two-metre distance from others where possible.
Face shields do not replace face coverings or masks. Your nose, mouth, and chin must be covered. Face shields protect the wearer from respiratory droplets but do not protect those around them, and must be worn with a mask.
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