Brampton - Brampton Transit is asking residents to help shape its service by participating in a Public Information Centre on April 16 and 17, 2013.
“Brampton’s modern, creative and competitive economy relies on world-class transit,” Mayor Susan Fennell said. “A reliable network, of fully connected mass-transit, is a competitive advantage that helps Brampton attract job-creating investments here at home.”
Fennell added that “engaging Bramptonians has always been a priority of mine. Resident and rider feedback help us deliver a safe and dependable service that meets the expectations and needs of our community.”
This year’s Public Information Centre will seek feedback on:
• Proposed service revisions in various parts of the city, including:
o northwest, around Mount Pleasant Village
o west (Queen Street West / Chinguacousy Road)
o southwest (Steeles West / Mississauga Road)
o northeast (Clarkway Drive / Castlemore Road)
o north (Bramalea Road and Mayfield Road)
• Proposed service frequency improvements
• Proposed Route 505 Züm Bovaird Join the conversation
Tuesday, April 16 – 5-8 pm | City Hall Atrium, 2 Wellington St. W.
Wednesday, April 17 – 1-4 pm | Brampton Civic Centre, 150 Central Park Dr.
Members of the public who are unable to attend the Public Information Centre are encouraged to review the 2013 service proposal at www.bramptontransit.com
starting April 15.
The deadline to provide feedback is April 29, 2013.
For more information, visit www.bramptontransit.com
or call 905.874.2999.