Colltrans

COLLTRANS
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Parent Town of Collingwood, Engineering Dept.
Headquarters 97 Hurontario St.
Locale Collingwood, ON
Service type bus service
Routes 3
Fleet 3
Fuel type biodiesel
Operator Sinton Transportation[1]
Website COLLTRANS

Colltrans is the municipal transit system in the Town of Collingwood in Central Ontario, Canada. Although this is a small system, running only three routes on 30 minute loops from the downtown terminal, it provides service to the community seven days a week, with the exception of statutory holidays. The terminal is an outdoor curbside location on the southeast corner of Second Street and Pine Street with no facilities other than two bus shelters. Fares are $1.50, with students receiving a 50 cent discount and children riding for free.[2]

Services

There are 3 routes that operate Monday to Friday from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm; Saturday from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm; Sunday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

  • Crosstown Route- Via Cranberry Trail, Hwy 26, First/Second Streets, Hume/Ontario Streets, Pretty River Parkway
  • East Route- Via Paul Street, Simcoe Street, Raglan Street, Erie Street, Peel Street, Gooden Street, Lockhart Road, Hurontario Street, Patterson Street
  • West Route- Via Third Street, Balsam Street, High Street, Fifth Street, Tenth Street, Campbell Street, Cameron Street, Maple Street

Fleet

All buses are wheel chair accessible and have bike racks.[3]

References

External links

  • Colltrans Route Map and Schedule PDF (1.69 MB)
  • Sinton page for Collingwood Transit


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