Too Much Snow?
Residents are required to wear a face covering or non-medical mask when visiting any indoor City facility or when riding GOVA Transit under the authority of of the provincial Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act. Widespread use of face coverings by all persons decreases the spread of respiratory droplets. Certain exemptions apply.A maximum of 25 people are allowed in the building at one time to allow for social distancing.
The following detour is in effect until further notice. Route 23 New Sudbury Local will be re-routed on the outbound service from Westmount Ave., turning left on William Ave., right on Gemmell St., right on Barry Downe Rd. then resume regular routing. The inbound service to the New Sudbury Hub will follow regular routing. No bus stops will be affected by this detour.
Extended detours can now be found on the Routes and Schedules page with the affected routes.
Updated July 26, 2021 at 1:29 p.m.)
Wait at a cleared area close to your bus stop, such as a driveway or crosswalk, if your stop is obstructed by snow.
Signal as the bus approaches to help the operator prepare to stop. Drivers will stop at clearings close to your stop to help you exit.
GOVA Transit services 1,015 bus stops and 110 bus shelters. Snow is cleared to provide access to most bus shelters within one or two days following the end of a storm. Snow is generally not cleared to provide access to most bus stops without shelters.