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Contact Information

Office Phone 905-815-2020 * care-A-van information 905-337-9222
Fax 905-338-4703
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Primary Contact Ragini Govender, Transit Analyst; Phone: 905-845-6601 ext 3937; Email:

Agency Information

Description (Agency) A department owned and operated by the Town of Oakville that provides municipal public transportation and connecting services
Legal Status (10) Local Government
Established 1972
Primary Executive Adrian Kawun, Director; Phone: 905-845-6601 ext 3507
Funding City / Town - Town of Oakville ; Fees - fares

Description and Service Details

Description (Service) Owned and operated by the Town of Oakville  
Connecting Services: 
* has a fare integration with GO Transit and a transfer exchange program with Burlington and Mississauga 
Real-time bus tracking: 
* track your bus with the Bus Finder, Track by Text or download the Oakville Transit app  
Subsidized Passes for Low Income Transit (SPLIT): 
* available to low income residents (students, adults or seniors) for help with the cost of public transit 
Seniors ride for free on Mondays: 
* seniors (age 65+) can ride all Oakville Transit routes for free on Mondays 
* no special passes or tickets are required, but should have proper identification if a driver asks for age validation 
Freedom Pass: 
* for unlimited travel for youth on weekday evenings after 4 pm and all day on weekends and statutory holidays 
* during March break, July and August youth can take unlimited rides all day, all times, all week  
Visually Impaired Patrons: 
* can travel free with a CNIB card 
Riding with care - Oakville Transit customers who require the assistance of a support person: 
* a support person can travel free of charge on buses when accompanying someone with a disability who has an identified medical requirement for support 
* one support person will be allowed per individual per trip but your support person may vary 
* all persons with a disability who wish to have a support person travel with them at no charge must obtain an Oakville Transit Support Person ID card and present it to the bus driver for each trip that a support person accompanies them 
Also operates the following services: 
* care-A-van 
* Trip Planner  
* Home to Hub an on-request service serving the newer communities of North Oakville and Southeast Oakville 
* Free wi-fi is available on all Oakville Transit Buses by simply selecting OTPublic as the wireless network on your device 
* an electronic fare payment system available across 10 transit agencies in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area  
* uses smart-card technology to store funds in a secure account, replacing the need for tickets, tokens, passes or cash 
* visit the website for more information
Hours * Office and Lost and Found Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm 
* Bus service Mon-Fri 5:45 am-12 midnight, Sat 7 am-12 midnight, Sun and holidays 8 am-8 pm
Areas Served Oakville ; The urban area of Oakville * connections available with Burlington Transit, MiWay and GO Transit
Eligibility No restrictions
Application No application required
Languages English
Fees Service - cash, PRESTO ; Tickets and passes available for care-A-van only

Site Information

Located In Community Oakville
Address & Map
Oakville Transit
430 Wyecroft Rd
Oakville, ON L6K 2G7
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Intersection Dorval Dr and Wyecroft Rd
Mailing Address c/o Oakville Transit 
1225 Trafalgar Rd 
Oakville, ON L6H 0H3
Physical Access Fully Accessible - conventional bus fleet low floor, ramp equipped

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