Updated: Wednesday August 19, 2020

Please refer to this Route Frequency Guide for a quick glance at current service levels.

Front-door boarding on the Conventional service and the collection of fares on both Conventional and Specialized services has resumed.
For COVID-19 related information regarding our Conventional and Specialized services check-out the topics below.

On Transit

Conventional & Specialized

Customer Service

Our Customer Service Representatives remain available during our working hours (Monday to Friday 6:00am to 10:00pm and weekends 8:30am to noon and 1:00pm to 4:30pm) by phone at 519-451-1347 or email ltc@londontransit.ca.

Conventional Transit

Routes & Schedules

Modifications have been made to a number of routes.  See – updated schedules for all routes on the routes and schedules page.

Riders can rely on LTC’s Infoweb or Google Maps for real time information or use our interactive phone system (519-451-1347).

We continue to make every effort to keep a reliable transit service operating for those that require it and thank you all for your patience and understanding.

Safety on Transit

Mandatory Masks

Masks are mandatory on transit as mandated by Middlesex London Health Unit. Note that Bus Operators are not required to wear masks/face coverings when behind Operator barriers.

Securing Wheelchairs

Operators are required to tie down wheelchairs when traveling on LTC buses.

Cleaning Measures

LTC continues to clean and disinfect all high-touch and grab points on buses (i.e. buttons, stanchions, straps, etc.) on a nightly basis.

Lost & Found

As a precaution against the spread of the coronavirus until further notice all lost & found items considered of lesser value will no longer be kept for reclaim by customers.

Lost & found items of value i.e. wallets, cameras, electronic equipment such as cell phones, laptops, etc. will continue to be stored as per usual procedures (for 14 days).  Please be sure to contact us at 519-451-1347 to ensure we have your item of value and only visit our 450 Highbury office between 8:30am and 4:30pm Monday to Friday if we have confirmed your item of value is indeed here.

Riding on Transit

Front Door Boarding resumed on August 19, 2020

Front-door boarding resumed on the Conventional service and the collection of fares on both Conventional and Specialized began Wednesday August 19, 2020. Passengers are required to enter through the front door and exit through the back door to promote a one-direction flow. Passengers with accessibility needs will still be permitted to use the front door to exit.

Fare Collection resumed on August 19, 2020

The collection of fares has resumed on both Conventional and Specialized services as of August 19, 2020.

Stay Behind the Yellow Line

A yellow line along the floor closer to the front of the bus is installed to provide more space for passengers. Riders are to remain behind the yellow line to ensure appropriate distancing for bus operators. All passengers must remain behind the yellow line. With the exception of those with accessibility needs please continue to board and exit through the rear doors.

Tips for LTC Passengers

As a transit passenger, you can do your part to stop the spread of germs and viruses. Follow Public Health recommendations and:

• Wash your hands often with warm water and soap or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer
• Avoid contact with people who are sick
• Stay home when you are sick
• Sneeze and cough into your sleeve
• Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth

When riding London Transit remember to practice social distancing by keeping space between yourself, other passengers and the Operator.

London Transit strongly recommends riders wear face coverings at bus stops and on-board our buses where physical distancing is not possible.

Let’s all do our part in protecting our loved ones and our community including those who keep us fed, safe, healthy and mobile.

Exiting the Rear Doors

Buses that display the two hand image do not require riders to touch the door; a sensor located just above the door will automatically open the door if hands just hover near the image.

On older buses that have the touch bars, we recommend these be activated with elbows.

COVID-19 Symptoms

Riders with accessibility needs boarding and exiting from the front doors are required to confirm to the Operator that they are not experiencing symptoms that could be related to COVID-19 (fever, cough or difficulty breathing).

All transit riders are asked not to ride on transit if they are experiencing fever, cough or difficulty breathing.

Social Distancing

When riding London Transit remember to practice social distancing by keeping space between yourself, other passengers and the Operator.

Remember to wash hands frequently and avoid touching your face.

Fares on Transit

Fare Collection resumed on August 19, 2020

London Transit has resumed the collection of fares on both Conventional and Specialized services.

Refunds of April, May and June Passes

To obtain your April, May or June monthly pass refund:

  1. Please call 519-451-1340 ext. 343 between 8:30am and 4:30pm weekdays
  2. You will need to provide:
    1. Your Name
    2. Smart card number (on the back of the card)
    3. Phone number
    4. Registrant information – name and address
    5. Credit card details required for all credit card refunds

Details with respect to refund options will be explained when you speak with an LTC representative. Please note that refunds will NOT be processed at LTC locations.

Specialized Transit

Specialized transit continues to operate with service levels being matched to demand. For bookings and cancellations, please call the main line at: 519-453-3444.

Safety on Transit

Wearing Face Coverings

Masks are mandatory on transit as mandated by Middlesex London Health Unit.

Cleaning Measures

The service provider continues to clean and disinfect all high-touch and grab points on the buses on a nightly basis.

COVID-19 Symptoms

All transit riders are asked not to ride on transit if they are experiencing fever, cough or difficulty breathing.

Social Distancing

When riding London Transit remember to practice social distancing by keeping space between yourself, other passengers and the Operator.

Remember to wash hands frequently and avoid touching your face.

Lost & Found

As a precaution against the spread of the coronavirus until further notice all lost & found items considered of lesser value will no longer be kept for reclaim by customers.

Fares on Transit

Fare Collection resumed on August 19, 2020

The collection of fares has resumed on both Conventional and Specialized services.

Refunds of April and May Passes

To obtain your April or May monthly pass refund:

  1. Please call 519-451-1340 ext. 343 between 8:30am and 4:30pm weekdays
  2. You will need to provide:
    1. Your Name
    2. Smart card number (on the back of the card)
    3. Phone number
    4. Registrant information – name and address
    5. Credit card details required for all credit card refunds

Details with respect to refund options will be explained when you speak with an LTC representative. Please note that refunds will NOT be processed at LTC locations.