Transit Terminal Renovations are Underway 
Renovations to the Timmins Transit Terminal on Spruce St. began Monday. The project received the final go-ahead from City Council last month and will see the 1916 building updated to better serve the needs of Transit passengers and staff.

The City received $1.3 million in funding to help complete this project through the federal government’s Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP). The program is designed to help communities ensure that families and residents have access to modern and reliable services that impact their quality of life, including public transportation.

The majority of the work involves renovations to staff offices and replacement of the heating system. Public washrooms will have a new layout and minor changes will be made to the main lobby, including updates to the entrance vestibules to minimize heat loss. Any outdoor work to the roof and pathways will take place in the spring. Public washrooms will remain closed until renovations are complete.

“We’re excited to get this project started,” says Ken Krcel, Director of Public Works and Environmental Services. “The planned renovations will help Timmins Transit continue to deliver efficient services with improved public amenities. This is the first update to the Transit Terminal since it was purchased by the City of Timmins in 2010.”

The City is working with contractors to minimize impact to the public. There will be no disruption of Timmins Transit route services or schedule. Any change to services at the Transit Terminal, like bus pass purchase, will be communicated in advance through the City’s website at
Posted by Amanda Dyer On 1/17/2023 at 10:43 AM  

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