The general service hour increase was also deferred to 2021, making this the first year in more than a decade with no additional service hours.According to the latest Brampton Committee of Council agenda, Brampton Transit ridership was up 13% from 2019 from January 1 to mid March in 2020, then, not unexpectedly, nosedived. As of August, ridership was back to 50% of 2019 figures, while they expect it to reach 60% by the end of 2020 with more commuting and schools partly reopening.
The 505 Zum extension to Pearson Airport is still planned, but is postponed to Fall 2021.
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Subject: Brampton Transit – Canada Infrastructure Bank
Secondary Title: Requesting Council authority to execute a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Canada Infrastructure Bank related to transit electrification financing opportunities.