If you rely on Grand River Transit to get to work, you may want to study up before Monday morning's commute.
GRT will be changing over 300 bus stop names across Waterloo Region starting on Monday. The change is part of an effort to standardize the system and for "wayfinding purposes", according to their website.
Some of the noteworthy changes include changing stop names to reference key landmarks. For example, the University/Seagram route will be known as University Ave./University of Waterloo.
Other routes will see street names added for better wayfinding, such as the current Father David Bauer route. That will now be the Westmount/Father David Bauer route.
For more information, including a full list of all the changes that you can expect, you can click here.