Brampton Transit

Brampton Transit (BT) is public transport bus operator for the City of Brampton in the Regional Municipality of Peel, and within the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) in Ontario, Canada. Brampton Transit began operations in 1974.

In May 2005, a major upgrade occurred that put more routes into a grid pattern. In 2006 Brampton Transit became Canada's fastest-growing transit system in terms of ridership. Over 10 million riders used Brampton Transit in 2006, marking a 12.4 percent increase over 2005 levels and shattering all previous ridership records for the city. The transit system is currently headed by Transit Director Sue Bass. In 2010, Brampton Transit introduced Züm, a bus rapid transit route running along Queen Street and Highway 7 from downtown Brampton to York University.

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