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MiWay Service Changes: New Route 18 McLaughlin-Derry and Weekday Express Service on Dundas Restored

City services | February 11, 2022

On February 21, 2022, MiWay will be introducing a new Route 18 McLaughlin-Derry to provide more weekday service between north Mississauga and Brampton, and restoring service on Routes 101/101A Dundas Express to provide more weekday service capacity along Dundas Street.

“All routes in the transit system continue to be monitored regularly so that service levels are responsive to customers’ needs,” said Geoff Marinoff, Director, Transit. “MiWay continues to allocate service capacity where it’s needed and restore services that were temporarily suspended as our staffing levels continue to stabilize.”

New: Route 18 McLaughlin-Derry

This new alternative to the Route 66 McLaughlin provides customers transferring to or from Route 42 Derry with more options to connect to MiWay and Brampton Transit service.

Service resumes on Routes 101/101A Dundas Express

Service will be restored on Routes 101/101A Dundas Express to provide more weekday service capacity along the Dundas corridor and between the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) campus and the Kipling Bus Terminal in Toronto. These routes were temporarily suspended on January 7 and since in-person learning and work activities resumed at UTM on February 7, MiWay has seen an increase in customer demand along the Dundas corridor.

Other MiWay service changes on February 21 include:

  • More frequent service to match increased customer demand on Routes 2 Hurontario (weekdays during the PM peak period) and 61 Mavis (weekdays during the late evening).
  • Weekday service frequency reductions to match decreased customer demand on Routes 48 Erin Mills, 73 Kamato and 74 Explorer.
  • Schedule adjustments will be made on several routes to improve service reliability.
  • MiWay will operate on a holiday schedule on Family Day and Good Friday, and some routes will not operate on these days due to low customer demand.

For more information about these service changes, visit miway.ca

 

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