Seniors’ Shopping Trips

Adults 65+ may take advantage of Dedicated Seniors’ Shopping Service. This program offers booking-style, door-to-door service for trips to grocery and pharmacy during dedicated senior hours. Drivers will take passengers to any grocery store or pharmacy in Milton with dedicated store hours for seniors. We are happy to offer this support for seniors’ to accommodate safe, essential travel. Please note this service is for trips to grocery and pharmacy during dedicated senior hours. Service is effective Monday, April 27, 2020. To take advantage of this service, simply call Milton access+ at 905-875-5417 before 5:30 p.m. to book a trip for the next day (Note: For a trip on Monday, booking must be made by 5:30 p.m. on the Saturday before). Be sure to book both your original and return trip.

Trips are available Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m and Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. There is no service available on Sundays or statutory holidays. Service is open to a maximum of two people per trip to adhere to physical distancing measures. No fares are currently being collected for this service.

For more information:

Contact Milton Transit Information at: 905-864-4141

Regular Service Interruptions

The following changes are effective March 30, 2020. Detailed schedules are available.

Route

Weekday Service Reduction

Saturday Service Interline

1A Industrial

45 minute service
No change in schedule

Not in service

1B Industrial

40 minute service
No change in schedule

Not in service

1C Industrial

Not in service

60 minute service

Second trip service 1C Industrial,
interline with 9 Ontario South

2 Main Westbound

30 minute service
Strictly service 2 Main

30 minute service
Strictly service 2 Main

2 Main Eastbound

30 minute service
Strictly service 2 Main

30 minute service
Strictly service 2 Main

3 Trudeau

60 minute service

First trip service 3 Trudeau,
interline with 4 Thompson/Clark

60 minute service

Second trip service 3 Trudeau,
interline with 4 Thompson/Clark

4 Thompson/Clark

60 minute service

Second trip service 4 Thompson/Clark,
interline with 3 Trudeau

60 minute service

First trip service 4 Thompson/Clark,
interline with 3 Trudeau

5 Yates

60 minute service
Second trip service 5 Yates,
interline with 8 Willmott

60 minute service
Second trip service 5 Yates,
interline with 8 Willmott

6 Scott

60 minute service
Second trip service 6 Scott,
interline with 7 Harrison

60 minute service
First trip service 6 Scott,
interline with 7 Harrison

7 Harrison

60 minute service
First trip service 7 Harrison,
interline with 6 Scott

60 minute service
Second trip service 7 Harrison,
interline with 6 Scott

8 Willmott

60 minute service
First trip service 8 Willmott,
interline with 5 Yates

60 minute service
First trip service 8 Willmott,
interline with 5 Yates

9 Ontario South

1 hour 15 minute service
First trip service 9 0ntario South,
interline with 10 Farmstead

1 hour 15 minute service
First trip service 9 0ntario South,
interline with 1C Industrial

10 Farmstead

1 hour 15 minute service
Second trip service 10 Farmstead,
interline with 9 0ntario South

1 hour 15 minute service
Second trip service 10 Farmstead,
interline with 9 0ntario South

Industrial routes 1A Industrial, 1B Industrial, 1C Industrial remain in full service. 

Milton Transit has suspended the following services effective March 26, 2020 and suspension continues during reduced service effective March 30, 2020.  

AM Pick-up including: 1 West AM Pick-up, 1 Central AM Pick-up and 1 East AM Pick-up

Evening GO Drop-off for all departure times from the Milton GO Station 5:59 p.m., 6:30 p.m., 7:00 p.m., Zone 30 West, Zone 31 Central and Zone 32 East

 

School specials (effective March 16, 2020) Milton Transit is not collecting fare until further notice. Please continue boarding and exiting the bus using the rear doors. If you have a mobility device, please use the front doors. Additional cleaning and disinfecting of transit buses continues

Frequently Asked Questions

 Is fare collection happening?
 Effective March 20, Milton Transit is not collecting fares until further notice. For the safety of all, passengers should board and exit using the rear doors. Persons with mobility devices should continue using the front doors.
What preventive measures should I consider for my safety?
Use transit for essential travel only, such as work, collecting groceries, and trips to pharmacies.  Travel during off-peak periods between 9am – 2pm weekdays when possible to increase physical distancing. Don't ride transit for fun, stay home as much as possible and reserve transit use for essential trips.
What can I do to keep myself safe and prevent the spread of respiratory viruses, including COVID-19 while riding Milton Transit?
You can practice physical distancing on the bus by selecting spaced seating behind priority seats. Greet the bus driver as you board and exit the bus for your safety. 
 How do I buy my SPLIT program or Milton Transit tickets/passes?
Until further notice, Milton Transit is not collecting fares. To find out more about applying to the SPLIT program, contact Halton Region by calling 311, and ask to apply for SPLIT over the phone or online www.halton.ca/Split. Applications continue to be accepted at this time. Please bear in mind there may be a longer delay in processing applications