Owen Sound Transit

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Owen Sound Transit
Owen Sound Transit logo.png
Headquarters 1020 3rd Avenue East
Locale Owen Sound, Ontario
Service area urban area
Service type Bus service, Paratransit
Routes 4
Operator Miller Transit[1]
Website City Transit

Owen Sound Transit provides local bus service and specialized transit for the city of Owen Sound, Ontario, which is located at the southwest end of Georgian Bay.

Both of those services operate out of the downtown transit terminal. Regular bus service consists of a four route system with daytime operations from Monday through Saturday. All four routes provide a half-hourly service on Monday to Friday between 6:30 am and 6:00 pm, with a less frequent Saturday service between 9:00 am and 5:30 pm.

Owen Sound Transit Terminal[edit]

Transit Terminal
Location: 1020 3rd Avenue East, Owen Sound
Coordinates: 44°34′06.6″N 80°56′28″W / 44.568500°N 80.94111°W / 44.568500; -80.94111

Old Bus Terminal Building[edit]

Location: 1023 2nd Avenue East, Owen Sound
Coordinates: 44°34′05.7″N 80°56′33″W / 44.568250°N 80.94250°W / 44.568250; -80.94250
History: Constructed in 1945, and designated under the Ontario Heritage Act, this building is an example of Art Moderne. Although no longer a functioning terminal, the style reflects the era of streamlining appropriate for a bus station.[2]

Bus routes[edit]

  • East Bay Shore serves the northeast portion of town, including the hospital.
  • Core Route is the central east-west route across 10th Street, including the hospital.
  • Crosstown serves the southern part of town.
  • Brooke serves the northwestern part of town.

Intercity service[edit]


  1. ^ "Miller Transit Limited". The Miller Group. Retrieved January 19, 2015. Miller also operates conventional and specialized transit for the city of Owen Sound, the largest urban community in Grey and Bruce Counties. 
  2. ^ Owen Sound, City Heritage Register: Old Bus Terminal Building
  3. ^ Langlois, Denis (November 13, 2013). "The London-based company will no longer send its buses to Owen Sound". Sun Times, Owen Sound. Retrieved January 12, 2017. Aboutown NorthLink will no longer travel to the city after the company decided to cut its three-times-per-week service between Owen Sound and London.