|Location||24 Maple Avenue, Barrie, ON|
|Owned by||City of Barrie|
|Bus operators|| Barrie Transit|
|Bicycle facilities||Bicycle rack|
|Station code||GO Transit: BARI|
The Barrie Bus Terminal, also called the Barrie Transit Terminal or Barrie Bus Depot, is an intercity and municipal bus station in Barrie, Ontario. It serves as one of five hubs for the local Barrie Transit system as well as the city's stop on intercity bus routes operated by GO Transit, Ontario Northland and Greyhound Canada. The terminal was built in 1991 to replace the old terminal across the street built in 1956. The building also houses some administration offices for Barrie Transit.
On January 23, 2017 the Barrie City Council unanimously approved plans to turn the terminal building into a public market to attract tourists and residents to the city's waterfront. Local bus services will continue to use the building as a hub with new platforms built closer to the street, but all intercity bus services will be relocated to the nearby Allandale Waterfront GO Station.
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