Queen St Hwy 7 BRT
Frequently asked questions
BRT provides an efficient at-grade rapid transit system in several local areas (Mississauga Transitway, York Region’s VIVA) and across North America. Example key features include:
- Dedicated lanes for buses, where feasible, resulting in shorter travel times and more reliable transit service
- Frequent service with a bus ideally every 5 minutes or less during peak hours
- Smart signals will adapt to support smoother traffic flow for all commutes – on buses, in personal vehicles, and on bicycles
- Better connections to key transit hubs and employment centres
- Reliable service with buses separated from general traffic in most areas, and greater stop spacing to allow for fast, efficient, and reliable service
- Potential enhanced amenities such as service maps, next bus information, fare collection, garbage bins, wayfinding information and weather protection
Durham-Scarborough BRT proposes approx. 36 km of bus rapid transit across Durham and Scarborough.
Proposed transit corridor along a 48 km stretch of Dundas Street from Hwy 6 to Kipling Transit Hub.
Finch West LRT
Finch West LRT will transform the community from Humber College to Finch West Station.
TORONTO REGIONRAPID TRANSIT
14 kilometres of modern light rail transit running between McMaster University and Eastgate Square.