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Posted Thursday, 19 March, 2020

WHITBY, ON – On Monday, March 23, Durham Region Transit (DRT) will be implementing some service modifications to reflect reduced ridership demands and support the social distancing efforts recommended by the Durham Region Health Department and provincial and federal governments. These modifications will be in effect until further notice; the April 6 service change is postponed indefinitely. 
DRT will begin implementing the following: 
Effective Wednesday,...

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Posted Wednesday, 18 March, 2020

WHITBY, ON – On Monday, March 23, Durham Region Transit (DRT) will be implementing some service modifications to reflect reduced ridership demands and support the social distancing efforts recommended by the Durham Region Health Department and provincial and federal governments. These modifications will be in effect until further notice; the April 6 service change is postponed indefinitely. 
DRT will begin implementing the following:
Effective Wednesday,...

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Posted Friday, 13 March, 2020

Service modifications are in place to reflect reduced ridership demands and support the social distancing efforts recommended by the Durham Region Health Department and provincial and federal governments. Visit durhamregiontransit.com/COVID-19 to learn more.
To learn more about Durham Region's response to COVID-19, please visit  durham.ca/NovelCoronavirus .

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Posted Wednesday, 04 March, 2020

WHITBY, ON – Last week, Regional Council passed Durham Region Transit’s (DRT) 2020 business plan and budget. This year’s plan once again allows DRT to build on improvements from the last few years. Highlights include:
Improving service: more than 13,000 hours of net additional service over a 12-month period spanning 2020-2021, including the introduction of PULSE Simcoe 901.
Improving access: new articulated buses on PULSE 900 Highway 2 starting...

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Posted Tuesday, 04 February, 2020

WHITBY, ON – Last week Sam Oosterhoff, the Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Education, announced the province is moving forward with a review of the student transportation funding formula to achieve a more efficient and accountable student transportation system and improve the transportation experience for students across the province.
First announced in March 2019, the review responds to calls from student transportation partners to improve the funding formula,...

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