Midland Transit Service

Midland Transit
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Headquarters 575 Dominion Avenue
Locale Midland, Ontario
Service area Urban area
Service type Bus service
Routes 2
Website Transit Information

Midland Transit Service is a small municipal transit system in the Town of Midland, in Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada. Two routes operate from the hub at King and Elizabeth Streets every half-hour on weekdays and every hour on Saturday, with no service on Sundays and holidays.[1] Midland also offers a wheelchair accessible van service, operated by Community Link North Simcoe, that offers door to door service.[2] The bus depot and public works maintenance facility is located at 731 Ontario Street, but the system is administered from the town offices at 575 Dominion Avenue.

Services

  • East Route operates from 7:45 am to 4:45 pm on weekdays and 9:15 am to 4:15 pm on Saturdays.
  • West Route operates from 7:15 am to 5:15 pm on weekdays and 9:45 am to 3:45 pm on Saturdays.

Fares

Age group Individual Fare 20 Tickets
Children 6 and younger Free n/a
Seniors and Students $1.75 $20.00
Adults $2.00 $25.00

Fleet

Buses used by Midland Transit are 2003 Ford E-450 with a Corbeil Heritage body.

References

External links

  • Transit Map and Schedules


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