Route 4/4A Chinguacousy is one of the busiest conventional bus routes within the City of Brampton. As a result of increased ridership along the Chinguacousy Road corridor, a new Züm service be implemented to accommodate this demand. This new Züm service along the Chinguacousy Road corridor is in line with the recommendations found in Brampton Transit's latest five-year business plan (2023-2027), as well as the City of Brampton’s Transportation Master Plan (2015).
Chinguacousy Züm will connect Cassie Campbell Recreation Centre at Sandalwood Parkway to the Bramalea GO Station on Steeles Avenue via Chinguacousy Road and Steeles Avenue. See planned route map below:
Map of Proposed Chinguacousy Züm Service
Construction along Chinguacousy Road between Steeles Avenue and Sandalwood Parkway is anticipated to begin in late Spring / Early Summer of 2024 and is expected to be completed in late Fall of 2024.
The construction includes but is not limited to bus bays, upgraded bus pads, transit signal priority (Transit Signal Priority/Emergency Vehicle Priority), and upgraded shelters. The Chinguacousy Züm service is planned to be launched following the start of service of the Hurontario Hazel McCallion Light Rail Transit line. Metrolinx has stated that the Hazel McCallion LRT will launch no earlier than late 2024.
Contact the Project Team
Chris Lafleur, A.Sc.T
Project Leader, Higher Order Transit, EA
City of Brampton
905.874.2750 X 62620