Public transit in London

London’s public transit buses are operated by the London Transit Commission (LTC).

Routes and schedules

Discounted public transit programs

A number of different programs exist to reduce the cost of transportation for London residents:

  • children 12 and under ride free with an LTC fob
  • youth (13-17) transit passes
  • income-related transit passes 

For more information on reduced fare options, visit the LTC website or call 519-451-1347.

Income Related Transit Pass Program Information

Rapid transit

The City is building three major infrastructure projects that will bring rapid transit to key corridors of London:

Buses will travel along these corridors in transit-only lanes. They will be operated by LTC as part of the existing public transit system, with the same fare.

Traveling outside of London? 

Intercommunity public transit is available to Strathroy-Caradoc and Sarnia through service operator, Voyago.

For more information on fares, schedules and rates, or to book a trip, call Voyago at 519-787-1055.

Public transit is also available to Tillsonburg with stops along the way in Dorchester, Ingersoll and Mount Elgin through service operator, T:GO

For more information on fares, schedules and rates, or to book a trip, call T:GO at 519-842-4846 or visit their website

Middlesex County Connect 

Middlesex County Connect is an inter-community public transit service. It caters to the needs of all residents, including seniors, students, youth, workers, and persons with disabilities.

All County Connect buses are wheelchair accessible with high floor ramp access, two (2) wheelchair spaces, and a wheelchair lift. Buses also have a front mounted bike rack with space for two bikes.

Middlesex County Connect offers two routes:

Route 1: Lucan, Arvan, Ilderton, London, and back. This is a new route. 

Route 2: Woodstock, Ingersol, Putnam, Dorchester, London, and back.  This route is a combination of the two routes that existed prior (Woodstock, Thorndale, London, and back; and Dorchester to London, and back).

Route 3: Dorchester, London, St. Thomas, and back.

All trips for both routes are $5.00 one-way. Children 5 and under, veterans, and support persons are free.  Learn more. 

Last modified:Friday, June 28, 2024