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Safety Protocols:

  • Passengers and drivers are required to wear non-medical masks or face coverings. While masks or face coverings will be required, we understand there are circumstance for children and people with disabilities, or other medical conditions, that prevent them from wearing a mask.
  • Masks are required in the Downtown Transit Terminal.
  • Maintain physical distance between people whenever possible.
  • Remove all personal belongings and waste upon departure.
  • Sneeze into elbow, use hand sanitizer, and wash hands properly.
  • Do not take transit if you are feeling sick with fever, cough, or have been exposed to anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19.

Hand sanitizer stations are available on the bus and are recommended to be used when boarding the bus. Passengers are asked to obey all signage on the bus as they have been posted as a reminder to follow all protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other respiratory illness.

Schedules

Colltrans will continue to operate on the Sunday schedule until further notice. The Blue Mountain Link will operate on its normal schedule.  Please note there is no Colltrans Service on any statutory holidays. 

Route Map

For transit delays please contact Colltrans Phone: 705-446-1196

For information on Wasaga Beach Link schedules and fares, please go to the Simcoe County LINX website.

Specialized Transit Service

Operates Monday to Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Please contact 705-721-3313 x 5206 to apply for eligibility and arrange for service.  Fares within Collingwood are $2.00 for a one way trip and $4.00 roundtrip. Riders are asked to try and book three days in advance, however, emergency bookings can be made.

PLEASE NOTE: Changes are coming to accessible transit services: Specialized Service Announcement 

Normal booking procedures and services will remain in effect in Collingwood until a final date for changeover in service has been determined. No changes to specialized services have occurred at this time. Riders are encouraged to pre-register with Landmark before the official launch of the new service. The application form for pre-registration is found here: Specialized Transit Application - Landmark (fillable pdf) 

For further information, please see Specialized Transit Policy and Procedure - November 2022 

Detailed information on accessibility equipment can be made upon request by emailing Collingwood Transit

Ace Cabs Accessible Taxi Service

As of January 11, 2022, Ace Cabs has reduced service until 9:00pm for all accessible taxi rides. If a rider needs a trip between the hours of 9:00pm-6:00am the trip will have to be pre-booked through Ace Cabs.

Colltrans & Blue Mountain Link 

Town of Collingwood public transit buses are fully accessible and can be used for wheelchairs, motorized scooters, pull behind shopping carts, as well as strollers. The buses are all equipped with a passenger side access ramp which is available for use upon request as well as Q-STRAINT securement. All buses are outfitted with bike racks which are available for use at no extra charge.

On Demand Transit is targeted to launch in 2023. See below for answers to some Frequently Asked Questions about ODT. 

Colltrans, the Town of Collingwood's public transit system, provides a convenient alternative to driving within Collingwood. There are three regularly scheduled transit routes and the frequency of pickup at the terminal is every thirty minutes. The Colltrans terminal is located on the corner of Second Street and Pine Street adjacent to the municipal parking lot at 100 Pine Street. Currently the terminal is located outdoors and has two shelters as well as public washroom facilities.

Do you have a request for a stop or shelter? Visit Stop and Shelter Design Guidelines to learn about our selection process.