Clearly new service needs to be funded, urgently.
Said new service would likely spike ridership even further, too!
Every Zum service needs to be frequent from 6am-12am, 7 days per week, and at least 2 more routes need to have Zum.
For Brampton Transit the issue is that BT's PM peak service ends at 7 pm and transitions to evening service, which is not very good, and that chart measure schedules until 8 pm.That map also always speaks to me as to why the Hamilton LRT makes so much sense. Hamilton runs as many east-west frequent transit corridors in the lower city as the rest of the GTHA 905 has combined. It's not just the Main St service either, King St and Barton both have very frequent transit.
I'm surprised none of the Brampton ZUM corridors qualify for pink.
YRT's lack of even any substantial yellow lines is also hilarious. Yellow should be the bare minimum service level, a bus that comes less than twice an hour is basically useless. Plus, the one green service they operate is the odd stub-BRT in Newmarket which I imagine is usually empty and which they usually run with 30ft mini-buses... Makes no sense.
The surprising thing is that 505 is still the big thing from this because there’s also more frequent weekend service every 16 mins on both days, which is exciting to see at the very least that this line is making any if little improvements at all.