University Bus Pass
Monthly Bus Pass
Students and Seniors can buy reduced tickets at their local grocery story.
The iXpress Route 200 is an express transit route which connects Kitchener, Waterloo and Cambridge.
It is particularly useful for its speed and its lengthy route which goes from Conestoga Mall in Waterloo to Ainslie St. Terminal in Cambridge.
Stops (From Waterloo -> Kitchener -> Cambridge)
- Conestoga Mall
- McCormick (Parkside dr & Cederbrae Ave).
- Research and Technology Park (Hagey blvd)
- University of Waterloo (Davis Centre)
- Wilfrid Laurier University (University Ave & Hazel st.)
- Uptown Waterloo (town square)
- Grand River Hospital
- King @ Victoria
- Charles St. Terminal
- Charles St. @ Ottawa St.
- Fairview Mall
- Smartcentres Cambridge
- Cambridge Centre
- Ainslie St. Terminal
The route can become very crowded during peak hours, and if you are not travelling a long distance down the line, one of the Route 7 buses may be a better option; they come very often so you can save yourself a wait for the iXpress.
Travelling with bicycle
If you want to take your bike with you, there are racks on the front of the bus. Be sure to do it right or the bus driver will honk at and embarrass you. Take your bike and put it in the furthest slot with the front tire in the space for the hook. The hook easily pulls out and lifts over your front tire. Your bike will be very secure so you won't have to worry about it, but don't forget to get it when you leave the bus!
The GRT is amazing for this kind of thing. All the buses are fully equipped to accommodate any passenger. If you are riding the bus and are not disabled, keep a courteous mind. The benches near the front of the bus are fold-ups and double as wheelchair spots. Pregnant women, disabled people or the elderly should be given priority access to these seats. If you're sitting down and notice somebody is standing who needs the spot more than you, give it up.