Oakville Transit is always close by

More service. More often. To more places.

At Oakville Transit, we’re making changes to serve you better.

Oakville Transit is always close by

Oakville Transit is always close by

Increased service frequency

Buses will run more often on the most popular routes, with more predictable service intervals of 15 – 30 – 60 minutes. Scheduling will be more consistent, easier to understand and you’ll spend less time waiting.

  • Increased service on Routes 3, 4, 5, 13, 14, 19, 20 and 24 and timed transfers to the GO Station during peak hours will make your commute to GO Transit simple and convenient
  • Schedules for routes 1, 5 and 24 will combine to provide a 7.5-minute merged service frequency on Trafalgar between the Uptown Core Terminal and Oakville GO during peak hours, and a 10-minute combined frequency midday
  • Route 17 will switch to half-hour service on Saturdays and Sundays
  • To improve efficiency, frequency on some routes will be reduced in the evenings from every 40 minutes to every 60 minutes, and we will reduce frequency where ridership is low, or where multiple routes are servicing the same stop

Check out our free real-time bus tracking app, too.

Expanded service

We’re expanding our service to include more key destinations in town, and to the neighbouring cities of Burlington and Mississauga.

  • New routes will improve connections with Mississauga and Burlington
    • Route 14 is extending to the Appleby GO Station
    • Route 5 is extending to the GO Transit Park and Ride lot located on Dundas west of Walkers Line
    • Routes 11 and 12 will provide all-day access to the Clarkson GO Station, with 11 also offering expanded service hours and 12 also providing all-day service to the Winston Park area
    • Route 15 will be extending to the RioCan Centre at Burloak and Wyecroft
    • Routes 6, 12 and 120 will all provide new connection opportunities with MiWay at Laird and Vega in Mississauga
  • We are improving Route 5 to better serve the Trafalgar corridor as well as Dundas
    • This route will now connect to Sheridan College, the new hospital, Burlington Transit and the Oakville GO Station
  • Route 3 will expand its routing with service to the Bronte community
  • Route 6 will now provide service to Sheridan College
  • Routes 18 and 28 will provide connections to both the Oakville GO Station and Bronte GO Station
  • Route 33 will offer expanded all-day service Monday to Sunday
  • New Route 34 will provide rush-hour service to the Pine Glen/Postmaster community
  • New services will reach key destinations such as the Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital
    • This allows a one-seat ride to the hospital from either Bronte GO (Route 3) or from Oakville GO (Route 5)
  • Sheridan College will be served by twice as many routes (1, 24, 6 and 5)
    • This improved, more strategic connectivity requires us to eliminate Routes 2, 21, 22, 25 and 32 – areas which will be served by new and/or modified routes

Review the full schedule and route maps.

Home-To-Hub service

Oakville Transit has also developed Home-To-Hub, a service for lower-demand areas like North Oakville. Home-To-Hub works by picking riders up at their homes and transferring them to the nearest hub (the Uptown Core Terminal) to complete their trip.

Learn more about Home to Hub.