Stratford Transit

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Stratford Transit
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Founded 1952
Locale Stratford, Ontario
Service area Urban area
Service type Bus service
Routes 6
Website City Transit

Stratford Transit provides the local bus service in Stratford, a city in southwestern Ontario, Canada. The system is owned and operated by the city as part of the Community Services Department.

Services[edit]

Six bus routes operate on loops throughout the community on a 30 minute schedule that converge at City Hall. Service runs on Monday to Friday from 6:00 am to 9:30 pm and on Saturday from 6:00 am to 7:30 pm.[1] There are also additional industrial and school services. There is no service on Sundays.

Regular Routes[edit]

No. Name Area serviced[2]
1 Huron Huron Street, Stratford Coliseum, Agricultural Grounds, Stratford Northwestern Secondary School, St. Michael Catholic Secondary School and the northwest area.
2 Eastend Train Station, Festival Marketplace Mall and the east end of the city, along Highway 8
3 McCarthy Kiwanis Community Centre and the area of the city north of Lake Victoria
4 Queensland Central Secondary School, Stratford General Hospital and the southwest area, south of the Avon River
5 Devon Art Gallery, Festival Theatre, Queen's Park and the area north of Ontario Street
6 Downie Downie Street and the southeast area

Paratransit[edit]

Parallel Transit is the name of the city service that provides door-to-door accessible transportation only for individuals who are disabled. Registration and pre-approval is needed and 48 hour advance booking is required.

Intercity service[edit]

Greyhound Canada provides daily service to Kitchener, and Cherrey Bus Lines operates a bus route from Stratford to Milverton, Listowel and Wingham[3]

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