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Information on all current and upcoming detours, stop closures and service changes can always be found on the Detours page.
 
 Route 400 - Fanshawe Getaway

London Transit, in collaboration with Tourism London, Upper Thames River Conservation Authority and the Fanshawe Pioneer Village are proud to announce the Route '400 - Fanshawe Getaway' seasonal transit route. The service will operate between Argyle Mall and the Fanshawe Conservation Area, with stops at Highbury at Huron, Huron at Oakville, the Fanshawe campground office and Pioneer Village. Route 400 stops will be designated by green bus stop plates, and vehicles on route will serve these stops only.

Standard transit fees apply when boarding the bus and passengers are responsible for applicable entry fees to the Conservation area or Pioneer Village.

Service will be provided on weekends and statutory holidays from July 1, 2016 to October 2, 2016.

For a complete schedule, Click Here.

 Summer Schedules

Effective June 26, 2016, changes will be made to the 2 Dundas and 4 Oxford East for the summer 2016 season.

For more information and updated schedules, see the Upcoming Schedules page.

 Smart Card Implementation Underway

The launch of the smart card system is underway, and will be phased in over the next few months. The planned phasing steps are set out below, noting subsequent steps will not be initiated until such time as any issues with the current step have been addressed.

    √.  Fanshawe students tapping their cards
   
.   Issuance of smart cards to the general public for monthly passes
    3.   Reloading of monthly passes via internet and at revaluing locations
    4.   Issuance of smart cards to the general public for stored value (ticket fares)
    5.   Reloading of stored value via internet and at revaluing locations
    6.   Western students tapping their student cards

Status to Date:

Effective September 1, 2015, Fanshawe students began tapping their student cards on the smart card readers to record their trip. 

Beginning on January 20, smart cards will be available to the general public at LTC locations only (450 Highbury and 150 Dundas). Initial launch of the smart cards will include monthly passes for February only (Citipass, Weekday pass, Senior pass or Post-Secondary Monthly pass).

Stay tuned to this website for further updates. Click here for FAQ’s 

 2016 Approved Service Changes
London Transit is making numerous changes to the routing and scheduling of various routes throughout the network for September 2016. Click Here for more information regarding these changes.