Leamington On-Demand Transit

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The Municipality of Leamington replaced its fixed-route transit service with an on-demand service on May 2, 2022.

What is on-demand transit?

On-demand transit is a shared-ride public transit service that differs from conventional transit in that there is no fixed route or schedule. Buses are dispatched on a request basis. This means more flexibility for customers as they can book a ride when it’s most convenient for them. On-demand service can be requested from anywhere in the Municipality allowing riders to travel from point to point without transfers.

The on-demand transit program allows people to book a trip by either calling the customer service office, booking online through an app or website. Payment can be made on the vehicle or paid through the app. Check out our FAQ section for more information or visit leamington.ca/LTGO.

LTGO On-demand transit stop locations

We've expanded our transit coverage area. View our interactive map below to see all of the LTGO transit stops.

History of public transit in Leamington

Since 1985, the Municipality provided a public transit service known as Leamington Transit which operated as a conventional transit fixed-route bus service with 64 permanent bus stops and served the urban area of Leamington. The ridership on the system was relatively low for a community the size of Leamington, at about 22,000 riders per year.

On May 2, 2022, the Municipality launched a new on-demand transit service called LTGO (pronounced LT-go), which replaced its fixed-route service.

The LTGO on-demand service differs from conventional transit in that there is no fixed route or schedule, and buses are dispatched on a request-basis. The on-demand service uses 117 transit stops, expanding the operating area in Leamington to make it more convenient.

Information about LTGO on-demand transit can be found at leamington.ca/LTGO.


The Municipality of Leamington replaced its fixed-route transit service with an on-demand service on May 2, 2022.

What is on-demand transit?

On-demand transit is a shared-ride public transit service that differs from conventional transit in that there is no fixed route or schedule. Buses are dispatched on a request basis. This means more flexibility for customers as they can book a ride when it’s most convenient for them. On-demand service can be requested from anywhere in the Municipality allowing riders to travel from point to point without transfers.

The on-demand transit program allows people to book a trip by either calling the customer service office, booking online through an app or website. Payment can be made on the vehicle or paid through the app. Check out our FAQ section for more information or visit leamington.ca/LTGO.

LTGO On-demand transit stop locations

We've expanded our transit coverage area. View our interactive map below to see all of the LTGO transit stops.

History of public transit in Leamington

Since 1985, the Municipality provided a public transit service known as Leamington Transit which operated as a conventional transit fixed-route bus service with 64 permanent bus stops and served the urban area of Leamington. The ridership on the system was relatively low for a community the size of Leamington, at about 22,000 riders per year.

On May 2, 2022, the Municipality launched a new on-demand transit service called LTGO (pronounced LT-go), which replaced its fixed-route service.

The LTGO on-demand service differs from conventional transit in that there is no fixed route or schedule, and buses are dispatched on a request-basis. The on-demand service uses 117 transit stops, expanding the operating area in Leamington to make it more convenient.

Information about LTGO on-demand transit can be found at leamington.ca/LTGO.

LTGO Feedback

We understand this is a big change for our transit customers, many of whom rely on transit to get around every day. Please share your feedback with us below.

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    I got a 30 day pass already and I am wondering is this available on Sundays? I tried to book a ride and it won't let me

    JoeD asked 5 months ago

    Thank you for purchasing a 30-day pass, we hope you are enjoying the new service. 

    LTGO only runs on Sundays beginning Victoria Day weekend through to and including Labour Day.

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    My neighbours and I have been seeing a city bus come down Augusta Drive recently. This isn’t part of your program is it? From looking at the map, the closest stop is on Robson which makes sense.

    NewToTown asked 5 months ago

    @NewToTown Thank you for your question. During the testing phase of our on-demand service, we travelled through various neighbourhoods including Augusta Drive. However, once the service is launched on May 2, the bus will not travel down Augusta Drive as the stop closest to that neighbourhood is on Robson Road.  


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    The bus stop on west side of Bennie just north of Wakefield on the map actually has the sign located on the west side of Bennie just south of Wakefield. Its location on map should be changed to real location as to not cause any confusion Thanks Kevin Nicholson

    knicholson37 asked 5 months ago

    Thank you for your feedback, Kevin. 

    Some of our transit stops had to be relocated due to locates of underground utilities. Currently, we are in the process of installing 117 transit stops, and once they are completed we will GPS all locations and adjust where necessary.

     

Page last updated: 15 Sep 2022, 07:20 AM