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Fall 2013 GRT Schedules Released


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IIRC the original proposal called for service to remain on Auburn Road in Waterloo, albeit a change of route and a new southern destination instead of Uptown Waterloo. I've looked through the various route maps and schedules but can't find any route servicing this area. The lack of an updated system map is rather frustrating.

Will folks living along Auburn now have to walk out to Bridge or University to access GRT service?

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IIRC the original proposal called for service to remain on Auburn Road in Waterloo, albeit a change of route and a new southern destination instead of Uptown Waterloo. I've looked through the various route maps and schedules but can't find any route servicing this area. The lack of an updated system map is rather frustrating.

Will folks living along Auburn now have to walk out to Bridge or University to access GRT service?

The updated system map is here.

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Another note on the new schedule design and system map: not only does the 201 differ from the 200 on the station design and in-bus stop identification, but the schedule design of the 201 and 202 differs from the 200. 200's schedule design is yellow and blue while the 201 and 202 are green and blue. (Remember that the 201 was also identified as "green iXpress".)

Also: University of Waterloo is known as UW and U Waterloo on the 200 and as U.W. on the 201.

Also 2: look at how the 201 and 202 are separate from the 200 in one of the boxes on the new system map.

Doh!

Why didn't GRT assign a different colour to 202? Wasn't each express route supposed to have its own colour?

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