EFFECTIVE JANUARY 5TH, GO BUSES WILL NO LONGER BE SERVICING THE BUS LOOP
GO Transit buses will service York University from the Highway 407.
It’ll cost $1.50 to transfer from your GO bus to the TTC Line 1.
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For more specific information on bus routes and transit services, visit your city’s transit websites:
(Service to) Pioneer Village Station
60 & 960 Steeles West
84 Sheppard West
107 St. Regis
35 & 935 Jane
60C and 60D: These bus services connect to Finch Subway station and travel to and through to Pioneer Village Station.
60B: This bus service connects the Finch Subway station with the northern boundary of the campus and runs as far west as Martingrove
60F: These buses operate from the York Lanes Common Area, north and west on Ian Macdonald Boulevard, north on Founders Road, east on Steeles Avenue West, and south on Yonge Street to Finch Station. Eastbound 60F buses stop only at York University, Keele Street (farside), Dufferin Street (farside), New Westminster Drive, Carpenter Road, Bathurst Street, Hilda Avenue, Yonge Street and Steeles Avenue, and Finch Station.
Finch West Station
939 Finch Express
36 Finch West
41 & 941 Keele
107 St Regis
84 Sheppard West
Sheppard West Station
84 Sheppard West
41A, 41B and 41E: These bus routes travel along Keele Street and into Pioneer Village Station.
The bus route operates between Jane Station on the Bloor-Danforth Subway and York University
Blue Night Network (Overnight Service to/from York University)
335 Jane – Overnight service from Jane Station on the Bloor-Danforth Subway. Buses run every 30 minutes from approximately 2 a.m. to 5 a.m. from Monday to Saturday and from 2:00 a.m. to 9 a.m. on Sundays
341 Keele – Overnight service from Keele Station on the Bloor-Danforth Subway. Buses run every 30 minutes from approximately 2 a.m. to 5 a.m. from Monday to Saturday and from 2:00 a.m. to 9 a.m. on Sundays
353 Steeles – Overnight service from York University to Markham Road in Scarborough on Steeles Avenue. Buses run every 30 minutes from approximately 2 a.m. to 5 a.m. from Monday to Saturday and from 2:00 a.m. to 9 a.m. on Sundays
Glen Shields - Route 5
Hwy 50 via Centre - Route 77
King City - Route 22A/B/C
Kipling - Route 10
Major MacKenzie and Hwy 400 - Route 165
Newmarket - Route 96
Rutherford GO - Route 107
Teston - Route 107
Thornhill-York University – Route 3
Hwy 407 Express GO Bus Service: Hamilton – Burlington – Oakville – Missauga – Bramalea – York Univeristy Common – Thornhill – Mount Joy – Scarborough – Pickering – Oshawa
46 – Hwy. 407 West GO Bus Service Routes
Hamilton GO Centre – McMaster University – Burlington Carpool Lot – Bronte Carpool Lot – Oakville Carpool Lot – Square One GO Bus Terminal – Bramalea GO Station – York
Oakville GO Station – Sheridan College – Square One GO Bus Terminal – Bramalea GO Station – York
University of Guelph – Aberfoyle Park & Ride – Meadowvale GO Station – Bramalea GO Station
Streetsville GO Station – Square One GO Bus Terminal – York
52 – Hwy. 407 East GO Bus Service Routes
Pickering GO Station – U of T Scarborough – Centennial College – Scarborough Town Centre – Langstaff GO Station – York
Oshawa Bus Terminal – Durham College/UOIT – Brooklin – Greenwood – Brougham – Unionville GO Station – Langstaff GO Station – York U
Mount Joy GO Station – Markham GO Station – Centennial GO Station – Unionville GO Station – Langstaff GO Station – York
Meadowvale Express GO Bus Service: Meadowvale – York University
Bradford GO Train Service: Barrie – Bradford – East Gwillimbury – Newmarket – Aurora – King – Maple – York U – Union Station
65 – Barrie GO Train & Bus Service
Barrie South GO Station – Bradford GO Station – East Gwillimbury – Newmarket GO Station – Aurora GO Station – King City GO Station – Maple GO Station – Rutherford GO Station – York U GO Station – Union Station
A free York shuttle transports passengers to/from the York Common to the York University GO Train Station. Click here for more information.
Brampton Transit’s Züm Bus Rapid Transit service runs along Queen Street from downtown Brampton to York University. Visit the Brampton Transit website for a map of the Züm Queen Street line (pdf) For updates, click here.