Toronto Transit Commission
The following TTC buses will continue to service the Keele Campus from bus stops on The Pond Road and Ian Macdonald Blvd:
- Keele 41
- Downsview 106 (there will increase service on this route to meet the needs of the Village residents)
Discontinued TTC routes include:
- 196 A & B, effective December 17, 2017, with the opening of the subway
For more information visit TTC website.
All other transit buses will continue to provide service to the Keele Campus with some route changes and adjustments. Please visit the websites of the individual transit providers for the most up to date information.
announced a co-fare for GO Transit riders who use the TTC; these riders will get a discount of $1.50 when they use a PRESTO Card.
If my last stop is at Pioneer Village Subway Station and I usually go to the Common, how will I get there from the Pioneer Village Subway Station?
GO Transit buses will continue operations on the Keele Campus at the current location on the Harry W. Arthurs Common. Some GO buses will be stopping at the Highway 407 Station. York University riders do not need to get off at Highway 407, they can remain on the bus and continue to York University.
For more information, visit GO Transit website.
York Region Transit (YRT/Viva)
YRT/Viva buses will continue operations on the Keele Campus at the current location on Ian Macdonald Blvd. Some YRT/Viva routes may include additional stop(s) at Pioneer Village Station, Highway 407 Station and Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station.
- Route 10 will terminate at the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station.
- Route 22A will be replaced with the 96 Keele – Yonge.
For more information visit YRT/Viva website.
Brampton Transit-Züm 501-501A-501C buses will continue to service the Keele Campus from the current location— Ian Macdonald Blvd. Route 501 will also service the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station.
Please note: There will be route change to 501 Züm Queen – it will no longer operate via Interchange Way. It will go to Highway 7 to Jane Street, and then continue to York University at its current location. Once the Viva Rapidway is complete, 501 Züm Queen will service the rapidway.