Muskoka Extended Transportation

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Bracebridge, ON (December 18, 2015) -- The District Municipality of Muskoka (District) is pleased to announce the launch of Muskoka Extended Transit (The MET).  The MET is a piloted transportation project funded by the MTO until March 2017.  The goal of this transit system is to make it easier for people living in rural areas to get to main communities.

“Many organizations have long expressed concern about transportation options in Muskoka”, says Rick Williams, Commissioner of Community Services at the District Municipality of Muskoka.  “Many people of low income or with disabilities have problems in getting to services, recreation or visiting friends.  This new service is intended to help change that and enable all people to move more flexibly within Muskoka.”

This transit system will be using school buses during the day.  There are seven routes throughout Muskoka with some routes travelling once per week or every 1st and 3rd week of the month.   Days of travel will be either on a Tuesday or Thursday.  

District of Muskoka Media Release

For information on Route 4 - Glen Orchard to Gravenhurst Click Here

For information on Route 6 - MacTier to Bracebridge

The Seven Transit Routes serving Muskoka

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