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When moving to a new city, it can be really intimidating trying to figure out how to get yourself from point A to point B. Whether your commute involves taking the bus or driving to your destination, Barrie has a wide range of transporation options to help you get to where you need to be!
Fancy a trip outside of Barrie? Luckily driving from Barrie is effortless with highways connecting you to where you want to go!
If you have friends, family, or work in the Greater Toronto Area, getting to the Greater Toronto Area is approximately an hour drive if you take Highway 400. Through this route, you can easily access major cities in the Greater Toronto Area by merging into connecting routes like the 407 & 404.
If you’re going northbound, you can simply get to Parry Sound by taking Highway 400 or if you’re going to Orillia, take 400 and then merge onto Highway 11.
Although it’s called a highway, Highway 27 is another alternative route you can take to get to around without the high speeds of the 400-series. These local roads make it stress-free for you to get to nearby cities and towns like Newmarket, Nobleton, and Vaughan.
If you prefer to take transit or leave the car at home, there are tons of commuter options that you can take to get to your destination!
Getting around the city is effortless with Barrie Transit. With bus routes running on every major road in the city, you can easily get to where you need to be in Barrie with a single fare.
GO Transit provides commuter bus & train service between Barrie and Toronto, seven days a week. Access GO Buses at the Barrie Bus Terminal and access GO Trains at the Barrie GO Station on Yonge St & Mapleview Dr E.
If you’re planning on going somewhere within the Simcoe County, Linx Transit is a transit system that allows residents and guests within Barrie and the Simcoe County to access destinations like Midland, Wasaga Beach, and Collingwood.
Thinking of taking a trip to Northern Ontario? Ontario Northland offers commuter bus service to northern destinations including: Timmins, Sault Ste. Marie, Thunder Bay, and Kenora. Easily access Ontario Northland buses at 24 Maple Avenue and book your tickets online!
Living starts at Barrie’s newest community LivYonge! Get ready for this one-of-a-kind community featuring singles and freehold towns in the heart of Barrie. Register Now with Centreville Homes!