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Public transit was provided to Galt and Preston before Cambridge was formed. Route 21 now travels to Elmira from Conestoga Mall in north Waterloo. Riders can then transfer to another bus to get to Kitchener. This route is a BusPlus route and because of the length of the route, route 77 operates every 75 minutes.

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Public transit was provided to Galt and Preston before Cambridge was formed. Route 21 now travels to Elmira from Conestoga Mall in north Waterloo. Riders can then transfer to another bus to get to Kitchener. This route is a BusPlus route and because of the length of the route, route 77 operates every 75 minutes. The Grand River area also had interurban railway service from to by various operators.

Light rail transit[ edit ] The first light-rail vehicle on public display in April LRT vehicle in line testing in In June , Waterloo Region council approved a plan for a light rail transit line, powered by electricity, between Conestoga Mall in north Waterloo and Fairview Park Mall in south Kitchener.

At first, rapid buses would run from the south end of Kitchener to the "downtown Galt" area of Cambridge but eventually, the LRT would be expanded to that city.

Construction on the light rail system, now named Ion, began in August and the Stage 1 service was expected to begin in Most of the rails had been installed by the end of ; the maintenance facility and all underground utility work had been completed. Bombardier was to deliver all 14 vehicles by December 14; that was postponed to December and then to June In April , the planned start of Ion service was postponed to December, [8] and was finally accomplished on June 21, In , this bus is also continuing on to Conestoga Mall in Waterloo though not as rapid transit with many stops along the way.

The iXpress express bus service is operated by GRT consisting of six routes [18] along main corridors in Kitchener—Waterloo and Cambridge. The first and now defunct route, designated route after the expansion of iXpress service, was launched in September and ran from Conestoga Mall in Waterloo and Ainslie St.

The third, route , runs in a crosstown fashion through Waterloo, primarily along University Avenue, between the Boardwalk shopping centre and Conestoga Mall. The fourth iXpress route, route , opened on April 28, It runs from Cambridge Centre to Sportsworld Terminal.

The fifth iXpress route, route , began service in September In April , it was announced that the Ion and iXpress services would be closely integrated into a single system. These vehicles offer new features, such as more comfortable, high-back seats, free Wi-Fi and USB charging ports. Monthly passes or a stored fare balance are loaded on the EasyGo card; this can be done online, at customer service desks, or at ticket machines.

Specialized passes for corporate or school purposes are loaded on specialized smart cards. Routes[ edit ] Routes are listed effective September 2, The following is a general summary of route services; for details, consult the official website.

Routes numbered below are local services, in the s are express service with the iXpress brand, and in the s are full rapid transit with the Ion brand.

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Kekinos What time does the bus stop working? What time does the bus arrive? Starts operating at 5: Grand River Transit Lines in Toronto 61 73 26 91 67 2 6 8 60 64 58 72 10 3 57 27 See why over million users trust Moovit as the best public transit app. See why over million users trust Moovit as the best public transit app. When does the iXpress Bus come? What time does the bus stop working?

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