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Milton Transit offers a variety of convenient and accessible travel options to get you to your work, school, play, appointment and shopping destinations.
Need help with the cost of a monthly transit pass? You may be eligible for SPLIT. Funded by Halton Region, the SPLIT program provides monthly transit passes at a reduced rate for Milton residents who meet the household income threshold.
For more information about the SPLIT program, please contact Halton Region.
In compliance with Section 49 of the Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation (IASR 191-11), Milton Transit has established designated Priority Seating areas for use by passengers with disabilities.
Passengers other than those with a disability MUST vacate the marked seating area if required by a person with a disability.
Recognizing that there may be other customers who could benefit from having a seat near the front of the bus, a Courtesy Seating area has also been established.
The Courtesy Seating area is designated for seniors, expectant mothers, adults travelling with infants or small children, and any other passenger who may benefit from a seat near the front of the bus.
A Transit Master Plan is being developed to review Milton Transit conventional and paratransit services for the period 2013 - 2017. Have your say on the future development of our transit services.
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Printable version of route maps and schedules:
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Accessible service for seniors and those with limited mobility.
High School Specials
Route map and schedule information, effective: September 4, 2012, for students connecting to/from: