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Greater Sudbury Airport
Greater Sudbury Airport
Your journey begins with us. Avoid the hassles of the highway and travel worry-free with the Greater Sudbury Airport. Check here for arrivals, departures, traveller information and more!
Your Local Library
Your Local Library
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Heritage Museums
Heritage Museums
Discover our rich past. Explore four local museums through digital imaging, audio and video. The site also features the INCO Triangle Digital Archives.
Invest Sudbury
Invest Sudbury
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Sudbury Tourism
Sudbury Tourism
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Regional Business Centre
Regional Business Centre
Let us help you find what you need to succeed. Our not-for-profit organization provides information and resources to fund, launch and grow your business, free of charge.
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After 10pm Service

Sample 31 day adult bus pass After 10pm Service
Available Monday to Saturday

Don't be left behind
Remember - The after 10pm service routes and departure times are different from the regular service routes. Please get to know the after 10pm service and don't be left behind.

  Route   Name  
147 Donovan / North End / Kathleen
189 Paris / LoEllen / Four Corners
241 Howey / Moonlight / Shopping Centre
300 Lasalle / Madison / Cambrian
502 Regent / University / Four Corners
640 West End / Gatchell / Copper Cliff

Route Map (in pdf format)
Map #9 After 10 and Sunday routings
Route: 147, 189, 241, 300, 502, 640
(size: 227kb)


For more information call: 705-675-3333
Monday to Friday - 8:00am to 8:00pm
Saturday - 9:00am to 5:00pm
Greater Sudbury Transit provides safe, reliable and affordable transportation services to 3,700,000 passengers each year. Public transportation services contribute to the social and ecological health of our community by removing geographic barriers to employment and social services opportunities and by reducing the environmental and infrastructure costs of transportation. Public transportation includes both conventional transit and the transportation of persons with physical disabilities.