Wasaga Beach Transit
Transit Currently Operational - Please observe social distancing
Mask wearing - what you should know
The Simcoe-Muskoka District Health Unit said on July 7 that effective 12:01 a.m. on July 13 when
you enter a public indoor space (e.g. grocery store, community centre,
shopping mall, hair salon, library, place of worship, etc.) or use
public transit you will be required to wear a face covering. *
Learn more about what the Simcoe-Muskoka District Health Unit has to say about face coverings here.
Should you have questions about the direction on masks contact the health unit.
Should you have enforcement concerns please contact the health unit or the Ontario Provincial Police.
* Please note there are certain exemptions that apply to mask wearing. Please see the letter from the health unit for details.
Wasaga Beach Transit operates two routes.
Routes 1 and 2
- 7 days a week 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
The Town of Wasaga Beach is committed to developing, implementing, maintaining, and enhancing accessibility for all residents with disabilities.
Wasaga Beach Transit shall ensure that it complies with the requirements under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (the "AODA"), including the training of the employees, agents, volunteers, or others engaged in the delivery of the service. If you require accommodation while using our transit service, please notify the driver.
Starts at the Stonebridge Town Centre, travels along Stonebridge Boulevard to River Road East.
The bus then travels easterly along River Road East to Archer Road and Cedarlane Drive and proceeds down Cedarlane Drive to Eastdale Drive.
The bus then travels westerly along River Road East to Zoo Park Road.
It then travels South on Zoo Park Road to River Road West back to Stonebridge Town Centre.
It then travels North on Main Street onto Mosley Street heading West to Riverbend Plaza.
After passing Riverbend Plaza, the bus travels West on Mosley Street to Sunnidale Road South and then turns onto Knox Road West.
The bus continues along Knox Road West to the Medical Centre on 45th Street.
It departs the Medical Centre, passes through the Superstore and Shoppers Drug Mart malls, heads South to Ramblewood Drive and continues West to Lyons Court and Mosley Street.
From there it begins its return trip.
Starts at the Stonebridge Town Centre, the bus travels along Main Street to River Road West to the Riverbend Plaza continuing along Mosley Street to 45th Street where the bus stops at Shoppers Drug Mart, the Medical Centre and the Superstore.
The bus then continues west along Mosley Street to 71st Street, returning to the Superstore.
From the Superstore, the bus begins its return trip travelling along the same route in the opposite direction to the Wasaga Stars Arena and then travels West along River Road West to the Stonebridge Town Centre.
WASAGA BEACH TRANSFERS
A bus transfer system allows passengers to transfer between routes without paying an additional fare. Transfers are good for approximately 45 minutes. Transfer points are common areas located where the buses meet and are as follows:
- Stonebridge Town Centre
- Riverbend Plaza
- Sunnidale Road
- Mosley Street
- the Medical Centre
- the 45th Street Area
A Wasaga Beach Transfer can
be used to transfer from one bus route to another. The transfer does not permit the user to board the bus for a return trip on the same bus from which the transfer was given. Bus patrons are expected to pay to ride the bus in each direction of your trip.
Simcoe County LINX
NOTICE: Effective August 6,
2019 the Wasaga Beach Link was assumed by the County of Simcoe.
details and information on schedules and fares, please go to the Simcoe County
LINX website. The new LINX Service will also provide transit service to
Please see the LINX website here: https://www.simcoe.ca/dpt/linx
Q: Who do I contact to find out information regarding bus routes, arrival times, bus signs, shelters or benches?
Q: Is there a transit map and where can I get a copy?