|Service type||bus service, paratransit|
|Hubs||Corner of Dundas and Wellington|
Public transit service in Woodstock dates back to 1900 when the Woodstock, Thames Valley and Ingersoll Electric Railway Company began operation with electric streetcars (or interurbans) between Woodstock and Ingersoll, then replacement bus service from 1925 until 1942. Bluebird Coach Lines then ran the local transit service until the early 1950s when the City took over.
Regular transit buses currently operate on 6 routes between the hours of 6:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Monday to Friday, and from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Saturday. There is no Sunday or holiday service.
All buses operate on one-way loops from the transportation hub at Dundas Street and Wellington Street. At this point all routes switch and continue on as another and then they revert to their previous route the next time around.
|Woodstock Transit bus routes|
|No.||Name||Major streets served||Notes|
|1||Northeast||Kent, Hughson, Warwick, Springbank, Mohawk, Finch, Clarke||switches with Route 6|
|2||Dundas East||Dundas, Bysham, Lansdowe, Cardinal, Nellis||switches with Route 4|
|3||North Central||Huron, Highland, Leinster, Devonshire, Sprucedale, Sloane||switches with Route 5|
|4||Northwest||Graham, Wellington, Devonshire, Vansittart, Ridgewood, Oxford, Hunter, Dundas||switches with Route 2|
|5||Southeast||Henry, Cedar, Sunset, Longworth, Montclair, Juliana, Finkle, Spencer, Mill, Main||switches with Route 3|
|6||Southwest||Dundas, Mill, Anderson, Parkinson, Finkle, Sales, Athlone, Champlain, Juliana, Norwich, Fyfe, College, Victoria||switches with Route 1|
Para transit service is provided by the city on Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. with additional municipal subsidized para taxi service provided by a licensed cab company. All users of the system must be registered.
A proposed change to the transit system is to use an off-street transit terminal at the corner of York and Dundas Streets.
- Woodstock Transit Map and Bus Schedule
- Transit History of Ontario Communities - Woodstock
- Para Transit Service is provided by The City of Woodstock
- David Creery, City engineer "Statement of Completion Transit Projects" url=http://www.city.woodstock.on.ca/images/stories/pdfs/transit/statement_of_completion.pdf, date=2009-10-07