New transit routes to coincide with Walmart opening

Randi Belec

CORNWALL – Cornwall Transit has added a new stop to three of its bus routes.

On Monday, the Cumberland (#2), Brookdale (#3) and Community Service route (#61) will be stopping at the new SmartCentres development. A bus shelter has been erected at the southwest corner of the property, near the new Walmart location.

The new SmartCentres shopping center will open to the public on Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015.

“These enhancements will ensure that Cornwall Transit passengers have full access to the SmartCentres development,” said Len Tapp, Transit Manager. “We expect this to be a popular stop for both regular passengers and new users of our service.”

The Cumberland route (#2) will offer service from Pitt and Second streets, entering from Seventh Street before proceeding north on Cumberland.

The Brookdale route (#3) will enter from Ninth Street before continuing to the main bus terminal at Pitt and Second.

The Community Service route (#61) will provide front door service at the SmartCentres development.

For more information visit the Cornwall Transit web page.

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