Durham Region Transit Oshawa Centre Terminal
|Oshawa Centre Terminal|
|Address||419 King St W, Oshawa, ON|
Oshawa Centre Terminal is the main transit terminal for Durham Region Transit buses in the city of Oshawa. It was officially opened in June of 1992. It is located in western Oshawa. The mall is directly connect to the southeast entrance of the Oshawa Centre Mall.
The Oshawa Centre Bus Terminal was built in June of 1992. When it was opened it was service by routes operated by the Oshawa Transit Commission and GO Transit. When the bus terminal opened all Oshawa Transit Commission routes were rerouted to the new terminal as previously they served Downtown Oshawa. GO Transit pulled it service out in favour of the Oshawa GO Station in 2004. On January 1st, 2006 all Oshawa Transit Commission buses were amalgamated with the new Durham Region Transit brand.
In 2014 the mall began to undertake major renovations that closed portions of the bus terminal which required the centre portion of the terminal to be closed, limiting the the number of platforms from 12 to 8. A temporary setup is currently there, however, it is unknown when the construction will finish.
|Parking||5000 Total Spaces|
|Pick up and Drop off Areas|
|Ticket Sales Point|
|Public service announcement system|
Tickets, Passes and Presto Cards can be purchased from the Guest Services desk within the Mall. PRESTO Card's can be purchased at Shoppers Drug Mart located closer to the terminal.