Road Construction Impacts

Transit customers may experience delays

Road construction activity can have an impact on transit service by slowing down traffic flow, and delays can be experienced. Lane restriction and road closure may require buses to detour, and temporarily close or relocate bus stops. We encourage our customers to plan ahead, and we promise to get you there safely.

Safety first

Pay attention to any temporary bus stop signage and proceed safely within the temporary pedestrian walkway at all times. Buses will be stopping in the through traffic lane to service the bus stops. Use only the front door when exiting the bus. Always be aware of your surroundings within the consturction zone.

Major construction projects currently impacting transit services

Dundas Street (ongoing until Fall 2020)

Halton Region is widening Dundas Street (from Neyagawa Boulevard and Oak Park Boulevard) from four to six lanes. During the construction, Route 5 will be detoured via Sixth Line, Sixteen Mile Drive and Neyagawa Boulevard in both directions. For up-to-date closures and detours, visit the service update page.

Speers Road (ongoing until Summer 2021)

The town will be widening and reconstructing Speers Road to five lanes with separated on-road bike lanes and new sidewalks from Third Line to Fourth Line. During the construction, bus shelters will be removed and some bus stops will be relocated temporarily. For up-to-date closures, visit the service update page.

Trafalgar Road (December 2019 to December 2021)

Halton Region will be widening Trafalgar Road to six lanes with new bike lanes, sidewalks and bus stop infrastructure from Leighland Avenue to north of Hays Boulevard. During the construction, bus shelters will be removed and some bus stops will be relocated temporarily. For up-to-date closures, visit the service update page.

More information

Oakville Transit news and service updates
Halton Region construction projects
Town of Oakville construction projects