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 2014 Holiday Schedules
Travelling with London Transit over the Holidays?

Christmas Day - Thursday, December 25, 2014

The following routes will operate on special schedules: 1 Kipps Lane, 2 Dundas, 3 Hamilton, 4 Oxford East, 6 Richmond, 7 Wavell, 9C Whitehills, 13 Wellington, 15 Westmount, 16 Adelaide, 20 Cherryhill, 21 Huron Heights

The following routes will operate on regular Sunday/Holiday schedules: 5 Springbank, 10 Wonderland, 11 Southcrest, 12 Wharncliffe, 14 Highbury, 17 Oxford West, 26 Jalna

Boxing Day - Friday, December 26, 2014

For December 26, all routes except for the 2 Dundas and 13 Wellington will operate on regular Sunday/Holiday schedules. Route 2 Dundas and 13 Wellington will use a special schedule with extra buses.

On December 27 and January 2 all routes will operate on a regular schedule.

New Year's Eve - Tuesday, December 31, 2014

London Transit will offer complimentary bus rides on conventional and specialized services between 8 pm and 1 am.

On January 1, 2015 all routes will operate on regular Sunday/Holiday schedules.

For schedule information regarding December 25, 26, New Year's Eve and January 1, please Click Here or dial 519-451-1347 and speak to a Customer Service Representative.


 London Transit Detour Information

For up to date information regarding detours, please visit the Service Notes page.


London Transit appreciates the ongoing feedback received from the riders and non-riders alike on a variety of topics and initiatives. We are currently reviewing our bus routes and services and are again asking for your feedback.

Take part in the discussion at the Let's Talk Transit drop in centre, or email your comments and questions. For more information, see the Let's Talk Transit page.

Christmas Lights Tours

The Christmas Lights Tours program was first introduced in 1995.  The program operates during the month of December and offers tours of the most popular Christmas Lights destinations in London.  The most popular locations include Victoria Park, Duluth Crescent, Jena Crescent, Speight Boulevard, Vancouver Street and Mountbatten Place.

The minimum requirement for each tour is twenty-five (25) participants at a cost of $2.00 per person.  These minimums were put in place to partly cover the base charter rate of $80.00 per hour.  Public feedback from tour participants continues to be extremely positive and the tours are eagerly anticipated each year.

Each year Customer Service staff contacts previous year's participants to promote the tours and make reservations for the current season.  While London Transit does not advertise Christmas Lights Tours in the media; previous participants spread the information in the community and there are a number of new participants each year.  London Transit employees also play a huge role in promoting this program.

The net cost of the program is funded within the marketing budget.  With volunteer drivers often participating in the program, the cost can be minimized as much as possible.  Tours are treated as charters - the group booking tours is picked up from their desired location and dropped off after the tour.

To book your tour or if you have any questions, please contact LTC's Customer Service at 519-451-1340 ext. 324.

We’re testing our NEW smart card technology!

London is joining the ranks of leading urban centres by implementing convenient and efficient new Smart Card technology. During the months of March and April, we will be testing the various aspects of our new Smart Card system. Please see the Smart Card Q&A page to answer some of the most commonly asked questions. If you have other questions, please contact us at 519-451-1347 or via email at

Priority & Courtesy Seating


The Accessibility of Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA) requires businesses and organizations to provide accessible services to people with disabilities. The goal is for Ontario to be fully accessible by 2025.

The Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation (IASR, 191-11), is a standard developed under the AODA which includes 80 accessibility standards relating to transportation, employment, and information and communications. Compliance dates set out in the IASR range from July 2011 through January 2021.


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In compliance with Section 49 of Regulation 191-11, Ontario's public transit authorities now provide Priority seating designated for use by passengers with disabilities.

For more information, please see the Priority & Courtesy Seating page.