Getting Around Oakville - Visit Oakville

Getting Around

Getting around Oakville is easy. Choose your favourite mode of transportation and you’ll be able to see the Town from almost every perspective.

COVID-19 Update: 

Payment is not required for on-street parking or in municipal parking lots until further notice and parking time limits have been relaxed to help those working from home or self-isolating.

Parking enforcement is currently limited to safety-related issues such as fire routes, accessible parking, no parking/stopping areas and blocked areas.

The Church Street Parkade is open to permit holders only.


Oakville Transit

Serving the public on a day-to-day basis means ensuring they receive the best possible service. This means providing adequate accessibility, ensuring the routes and maps are up-to-date and taking advantage of the latest technology to make it easier to pay your fare.

As of March 23, 2020, transit will operate at a Sunday level of service: Monday to Friday between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. This is a temporary measure in effect until April 6.

To exercise safe social distancing between operator and passenger as a precautionary measure against COVID-19, we have added a red line on the floor of our buses and blocked off the seats directly behind the operator. We ask that our customers remain behind the red line. Riders are to board the bus from the rear doors.


Oakville United Taxi Service

Halton Taxi


GO Transit
1-888-GET-ON-THE-GO (438-6646)

Oakville has two Go Transit Stations, both offer hourly service to Toronto, Hamilton and other destinations.

  • Oakville GO Station
    214 Cross Avenue (west of Trafalgar, just south of the QEW)
  • Bronte GO Station
    2104 Wyecroft Road (west of Third Line)

VIA Rail

Regular service between Oakville and Kingston, Ottawa, Montreal, London, Windsor, New York City and more.

Cycling Routes

The town’s network of cycling routes consists of on-road bike lanes, paved shoulder bikeways, signed bike routes and multi-use trails.

The cycling network map (pdf, 1.2 MB) outlines the existing and proposed cycling network by facility type.

Cycle Walk Oakville

With over 105 kilometres of on- and off-road cycling paths, over 150 kilometres of trails, 420 hectares of parkland and more than 200 parks, playgrounds, sports fields and 31 waterfront parks, Oakville has recreational opportunities for everyone!

Visit the Cycle, Walk Oakville page to view the interactive map that gives you information about the trail/roadway, location and amenities.