Trying to get somewhere and don’t want to dish out the cash for a cab? Good thing your OneCard is also a bus pass for full-time undergraduates and graduates! Below are some of the ways GRT makes it easy for you to get around the region.
For up-to-date routes, schedules and how to use transit.
GRT EasyGO Mobile App
This free innovative easyGO mobile application is a useful interactive tool for our customers to have instant access to real-time bus information. Download the App today! Read more here.
GRT EasyGO Real-Time Map
Our EasyGO real-time interactive map allows you to get up to the minute information about bus routes around Waterloo Region. Use the map here.
Online Trip Planner
Visit grt.ca and click on Easy Go
Enter start and end locations and when you want to travel
Select Show Trip Plan and receive customized route plan
Timetables can be generated and all of your information can be printed.
Text 57555 and key in the four-digit bus stop number and the route number (if there are multiple routes at your stop)
You’ll receive a text message back with the next three scheduled arrival times for your stop
Standard text message rates will apply. No additional fees from GRT will be charged for this service
Choose the next bus times for today or a future day
Key in or say your four-digit bus stop number (posted at the stop) to get the next departure time for that stop
If you need to know more, you can speak to a customer service representative
Bus N Bike
Take advantage of 500+ km of on-road bikeways and off-road multi-use trails across the Waterloo Region
You will find a bike rack on every GRT bus. Each bus holds two bikes of most sizes and styles. If the bike rack is full, you may board the bus with your bike.