The Brampton Transit system operates on an organized route. This route includes the Züm BRT system that offers efficient service on some of the busiest corridors with fewer stops between terminals.
The Brampton Transit system services a diverse population who work in various economic sectors including advanced manufacturing, retail administration and logistics, information and communication technologies, food and beverage, life sciences and business services.
The transit system also services students who come from neighbouring cities to attend York University and Humber College.
Consumers also make use of the transit system. With routes that service major shopping centres, it is easy for travellers to buy groceries, shop for clothing and other necessities while using the transit system.
The transit system also services to Pearson International Airport, which is a major hub for travelers across the country and the world. Because Pearson is the one of only international airports in the GTA (the other being Billy Bishop on Toronto Island) it experiences major traffic and is beneficial for riders to have it be a stop on the Brampton Transit system.
The median age of Brampton residents is 33.7. This is due in part to Toronto’s rising real-estate costs and Brampton’s booming labour sector. Young families, recent university graduates find themselves able to purchase a home in Brampton and start a family.
No matter where commuters are headed in Bramton, you have the opportunity to get your brand image in front of them effectively and easily. Contact Exclusive Advertising and increase your brand awareness today!