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Milton Transit Sees Significant Rise in Ridership Post-Pandemic

Milton Transit's latest report to the Council highlights a remarkable 89% increase in ridership for both conventional and on-demand services in 2023, totaling 619,927 fare-paying trips. This surge in numbers reflects the transit authority's strategic efforts in enhancing service along crucial routes, expanding OnDemand services, and introducing new routes where needed.

Furthermore, the successful integration of cross-boundary services with Mississauga, including partnerships with Halton Hills Activan, Peel TransHelp, MiWay, Brampton Transit, and GO Transit, has been well-received by riders. This collaborative effort, supported by the Town of Halton Hills, has contributed to improved connectivity and accessibility.

Looking ahead, Milton Transit anticipates continued growth in ridership in 2024, driven by population expansion and the increased availability of post-secondary options.

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