Transportation in Brampton
Brampton Transit, Go Transit, and Via Rail all offer service from the Brampton’s Downtown Transit Centre situated at Nelson and Church Streets. Brampton’s other major transit nodes are: the Bramalea Transit Centre located at 200 Clark Boulevard, which offers Go Bus service, and the Bramalea Go Train Station located at 1713 Steeles Avenue, which operates Go train service. Brampton Transit operates 26 routes within the city of Brampton. This service runs seven days a week, and provides connecting routes to York Region Transit lines, Toronto Transit lines, and the Lester B. Pearson International Airport.
Go Transit operates five weekday morning departures from the Bramalea Go station , and four departures from the Downtown Transit Centre. The train ride to Toronto’s Union station takes approximately 45 minutes. Brampton shares a municipal border with three of the GTA’s largest municipalities: Toronto, Mississauga, and Vaughan. The 400 series highways that criss-cross through Brampton, ensure easy access for commuters travelling to neighbouring cities.
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