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Information on all current and upcoming detours, stop closures and service changes can always be found on the Detours page.
 New Subsidized Transit Program Starting January 1st
A new income-related program will provide a $52 bus pass for eligible residents 18+, including seniors, with income below the low income cut-off (after tax).

Subsidized fares for seniors will be ending, and beginning January 1st, 2018, subsidized seniors passes and tickets will no longer be accepted.

For more information:
Phone: 519-661-5910

 Draft 2018 Service Plan
A draft of London Transit's proposed route modifications, frequency changes and service investment for 2018 is now available. See the Draft 2018 Service Plan page to learn more.

To provide feedback on the draft that will help form the final plan, take the 2018 Draft Service Plan survey.

London Transit will also be seeking public feedback regarding the changes. Six public information sessions have been scheduled throughout the city between November 14 and December 7, 2017

Tuesday, November 14                             Central Public Library

Thursday, November 16                            Westmount Shopping Centre

Wednesday, November 22                         Byron Public Library

Tuesday, November 28                             Cherryhill Public Library

Thursday, November 30                            Central Library*

Thursday, December 7                              Central Library

                   *Annual Commission Open House

Please check back regularly for updates.

 Children Ride Free on LTC
LISTEN UP KIDS – final reminder to get your free fob!

As of August 1, 2017, kids 5 to 12 years of age will no longer be permitted to ride free without their own key fobs.

(Kids 4 years and under do not require a fob for their ride)

Parents and caregivers are asked to obtain free key fobs at either LTC offices at 450 Highbury Ave or the Dundas and Richmond location ASAP.

Click here for more information.