I wonder how the buses will turn back at VMC?Asked Brampton Transit what their plan is for September. It's a lot better than York Region's weaksauce.
It's disappointing that the 501 and 501A/C will have different terminal points now, but I understand the reasoning. York wants most buses off its campus, and somehow, Brampton will save its customers going to York University from the double-fare or a long walk from the north side of Pioneer Village Station.
The 501C was introduced last year as supplementary express service to meet the demand. They're also promising more service on the Queen Street corridor this fall.
But it also means no one-seat ride to York U via 501 for Woodbridge passengers.