Woman and two children walking down the street.

Planning Your Visit

Parking

All parking in Downtown Brampton municipal lots is FREE at this time, with over 1500 spaces!

Google Maps Links

Nelson Square Garage – 2 Diplock Lane, Brampton ON

Market Square Garage*

West Tower Garage – 55 George St. South

John Street Garage* – 16 John St. 

City Hall Garage* – 2 Wellington St W (Entrance on George St. South)

*Bicycle parking is available at Market Square, City Hall and John Street Garage.

Outdoor bicycle racks available in Vivian Lane and Garden Square (between Rose Theatre & Main St. North)

Please Note: Time limits in effect. No overnight parking.

Getting There

By Bus

Routes 1, 1A, 2, 24, 25, 52, 501, 501A, 502, 561

GO Transit

Train

  • Kitchener Line

Bus

  • 31 (Union/Kitchener)
  • 33 (Guelph/North York)
  • 37 (Orangeville/Brampton)

Please note that parking at the GO station is free.

Bus moving through an intersection

e-Scooters

In April of 2023, the City of Brampton announced a three-year pilot program with e-scooters across the City. In collaboration with Neuron, Bird Canada, and Ride Scooty, hundreds of e-scooters are now accessible to Bramptonians. Brampton has become the first GTA city to allow e-scooters. This program is a way to promote sustainability and promote people to commute around the City. The program runs from April – November. To find out more, visit the E-scooter Pilot Program page.

Two women riding eScooters on a path

Bike Brampton / Different Spokes

Located right beside the Brampton Terminal (8 Nelson St W), Different Spokes / Bike Brampton are a group of volunteers who believe in the climate friendly and healthy use of bicycles and advocate for safe transportation across the city of Brampton and the town of Caledon. They offer bicycle workshops, bike repairs, purchase of bikes and more. To find out more about how you can get involved with their community hub, visit bikebrampton.ca.

Group of bicyclists with their bikes