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Popular Stops on the Greater Sudbury Public Transit Map

Popular Stops on the Greater Sudbury Public Transit Map


Sudbury owns a vast network of buses and trains running through the city. Its tourist attractions sit along the major transit routes, making them easily accessible. We’ve drawn five maps, plotting all notable attractions and the transit to said places. Destinations highlighted in this article include:

  • Sudbury Theatre Centre
  • Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes
  • Science North
  • Dynamic Earth
  • Bell Park
  • Art Gallery of Sudbury
  • La Galerie Du Nouvel-Ontario
  • Art Gallery of Sudbury
  • Copper Cliff Museum
  • Laurentian University

If you need additional resources to navigate Sudbury, check out the Grand Sudbury and Friends of Sudbury transit maps.

Sudbury Transit Maps

Transit Map: Core

For travellers into the heart of Sudbury, many of the destinations on our map are walkable. Nevertheless, you can find buses to each through the Sudbury Transit Centre. The map below outlines routes for:

  • Sudbury Theatre Centre,
  • La Galeria du Nouvel-Ontario,
  • Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes,
  • And Art Gallery of Sudbury.

Most connections extend in all directions. The same bus routes will take you to other spots on the city outskirts.

Sudbury Transit Maps Central

Transit Map: North-East

Bus routes heading east in the city detour because of the conservation land. If you have the opportunity, visit the park—it’s gorgeous. To reach Centre Franco-Ontarien du Folklore, two buses run along the North and South of the park.

Sudbury Transit Maps Northeast

Transit Map: South-West

One bus from the city will bring you to Sudbury’s biggest attraction: Dynamic Earth. If you follow the route longer, you will find the Copper Cliff Museum. Sometimes, the city runs shuttle buses to Dynamic Earth.

Sudbury Transit Maps West

Transit Map: South

The Idylwylde Golf and Country Club separates the university from the downtown area. To get to the school, you must first pass Bell Park and Science North, two iconic city attractions. If you’re visiting a friend or family member on campus, plan your day to involve either of these places.

Sudbury Transit Maps South