With so much to see in Brampton, both public and private transportation provide reliable and cost effective service to make the most of your day. So don’t worry about the distance and do everything in Brampton!

Public Transit

Brampton Transit is a pay-as-you-board transit system that offers service throughout the City and connections to surrounding areas. Get there by bus safely, on time and in comfort.


Brampton Transit passengers can board using cash (exact change please) or PRESTO a reusable smart card available at all terminals.

Transit Terminals

Bramalea Terminal
160 Central Park Dr.

Brampton Gateway Terminal
501 Main St. S.

Downtown Terminal
8 Nelson St. W.

Trinity Common Terminal
164 Great Lakes Blvd.

GO Transit

Three GO Train Stations on the Toronto-Kitchener GO rail corridor serve Brampton.
1.888.GET.ON.GO (438.6646)
TTY 1.800.387.3652

Bramalea GO Station
1713 Steeles Ave.

Brampton GO Station
31 Church St. W.

Mount Pleasant GO Station
1600 Bovaird Dr. W.

VIA Rail

Brampton Station
31 Church St. W. (downtown)
1.888.842.7245 / TTY 1.800.268.9503


Züm is Brampton Transit’s bus rapid transit (BRT) service. Hop on any of the five routes:

Züm Queen
Downtown Terminal to York University

Züm Main
Sandalwood Parkway to the Mississauga City Centre Terminal

Züm Steeles
Lisgar GO Station to Humber College

Züm Bovaird
Mount Pleasant GO Station to Malton GO Station

Züm Queen West
Downtown Terminal to Mount Pleasant GO Station

Transit Tips

  • Use Triplinx, Metrolinx's official trip planner, to plan your trip within Brampton and the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area GTHA). Visit triplinx.ca to plan trips in and around Brampton.
  • Get real-time, up-to-date bus information with Next Ride. With your four-digit bus stop number, receive the departure times for your stop through text, email, online or over the phone. Make it even easier with Next Ride Notification and get text messages with bus departure times.