Welcome back to transit!

Whether it’s your first year of post-secondary education or you’re an experienced route taker, DRT wants to help drive you towards success. We understand that school can be hectic, which is why we’ve designed routes that will take you directly to Durham College, Trent University Durham Campus, Ontario Tech University, UofT Scarborough and Centennial College (Progress and Morningside) campuses.

Routes designed to help post-secondary students

DRT might look different than it did before the pandemic; there are more routes, more frequent services, and better bus stops coming your way that will help make commuting to school quick and easy, so you can focus on what’s important.

This fall season, a network of high frequency routes will connect to post-secondary institutions throughout Durham Region. Route 920 will now offer a direct ride every 15 minutes between Scarborough and Oshawa, Route 901 will now operate every 10 minutes, and additional trips have been added to Route 905, just to name a few!

This means that 60 per cent more Durham residents now have a direct ride to a post-secondary institution compared to pre-pandemic. We are here to support you!

 Map of post-secondary school routes around Durham Region
View our routes serving post-secondary institutions.


 Plan your trip
 Check out our trip planner to see which routes work best for your commute to campus.  
Co-Fare is now free and available for riders who plan to transfer between DRT and GO Transit when paying a valid GO Transit fare.

The U-Pass gives post-secondary students attending Durham College, Trent University Durham, and Ontario Tech University unlimited travel on DRT services.