The City approved the installation of the King Street Cycle Track on King St from Ridout to Colborne.
This project will have a large impact on transit as new transit islands will be introduced for the following stops:
- King and Talbot- As of April 16, 2019 the Transit Islands at King and Talbot are now operational. Please board the bus at the new Transit Islands as indicated below.
Island #1– Westerly most location- served by Routes 2, 11, 20 & 102
Island #2– closet to Talbot served by Routes 5, 9, 12 and 19
- King and Richmond– note the stops will now both be east of Richmond
- King and Richmond – As of April 25th, 2019 the Transit Islands at King and Richmond are now operational. Please board the bus at the new Transit Islands as indicated below.
Island #1 westerly most location- closest to Richmond- served by Routes 2, 7, 9, 20
Island #2-Easterly most location- served by Routes 3, 5, 12, 13, 19 & 102
- King at Clarence- all routes will stop at the same location
- King at Clarence – As of Monday, April 29th the Transit Island at King and Clarence is now operational. Please board the bus at the new Transit Island.
- King at Wellington – This will be an integrated transit stop with the cycle track and passengers will continue to board from the existing sidewalk
- King at Wellington – As of Tuesday, May 7th the stop on King just east of Wellington is now operational. Please board the bus at the new Transit Island.
Construction is set to begin on Monday, April 8th with 2 lanes of traffic being maintained at all times. Our original stops will remain open while the transit islands are being installed to limit confusion.