- 1-Aspen Springs
- 3-Wilmot Creek Shuttle
All routes connected at Clarington Mall and at the Downtown Transfer Point at Church and Temperance
A fourth route, 4 Orono was introduced, but was cut, it was reintroduced as the 504 Orono-Newcastle as a DRT Route
Clarington Transit launched on August 19th, 2002. The system's two bus routes - Aspen Springs and Liberty, provide a good service coverage throughout Bowmanville with connections to major retail outlets, hospital and highschools. Bus transfer point is located at Church St. and Temperance St. in Downtown Bowmanville. Two buses cover the two routes with an extra bus being used as school tripper. Since the operation is contracted out to Oshawa Transit. Oshawa Transit buses are used sometimes until the official Clarington Transit buses - Dupont Trolley rebuilt Classics are delivered. Other buses were also leased from Dupont Trolley and NRI at the meantime for use in regular service and school trippers. Ridership of this new system is increasing steady and will see growth in future along with the town's housing boom and opening of the new Durham College.
Clarington Transit is now the former public transit agency in Clarington, Ontario. It, along with the other public transit agencies in Durham Region, were merged on January 1, 2006 to form Durham Region Transit.
|Detroit Diesel 6V71N||Allison V730|
|98||1990||MCI||TC40-102N Classic||Detroit Diesel 6V92TA||Allison V731|
|98||1985||GMDD||TC40-102N Classic||Detroit Diesel 6V71N||Allison V730|
|Detroit Diesel 6V92TA|
|99||1987||GMDD||TC40-102N Classic||Detroit Diesel 6V71N||Allison V731|
|99A||1990||MCI||TC40-102N Classic||Detroit Diesel 6V92TA||Allison V731|
|Leased in 2002-2006 from Oshawa Transit Commission 117.|
|135, 138||1991-1992||OBI||Orion V
|Detroit Diesel 6V92TA||Voith D863||