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Santa is coming to 13 more towns
this weekend, November 17 and 18



Santa Claus Parades will take place in a number of communities in the Greater Toronto Area and Hamilton next weekend and the parades will affect transit services.

Parades take place in: Acton, Bowmanville, Bradford, Brampton, Keswick, Hamilton, Newmarket, Oakville, Orangeville, Oshawa, Pickering, Richmond Hill and Toronto.


The parades affect these routes:

Brampton Transit: 1 Queen, 2 Main, 24 Van Kirk Industrial

Burlington Transit: 1 Fairview-Plains

Durham Region Transit: DRT West (Ajax and Pickering) — M2/11 Liverpool-Finch and Highway 2, M2A/12 Village East-Brock Road, M3 Amberlea, M6/5 Bay Ridges-West Shore, M7 Rosebank, M10 Ajax, M14/4 Maple Ridge-Glendale; DRT East (Oshawa and Clarington) — 1 Simcoe, 5 Central Park, 6 Dean, 10 Olive-Harmony, 11 Grandview, 501 Aspen Springs, 502 Liberty

GO Transit: 01 Lakeshore West, 09 Lakeshore East, 16 Hamilton QEW Express, 31 Georgetown, 34 Brampton Local, 65 Barrie-Bradford, 69 Sutton, 94 Oshawa Highway 2

Hamilton Street Railway: 1 King, 2 Barton, 3 Cannon, 4 Bayfront, 5 Delaware, 5B Main West, 5C West Hamilton, 6 Aberdeen, 7 Locke, 8 York, 21 Upper Kenilworth, 22 Upper Ottawa, 23 Upper Gage, 24 Upper Sherman, 25 Upper Wentworth, 26 Upper Wellington, 27 Upper James, 33 Sanatorium, 34 Upper Paradise, 35 College, 51 University, 52 Dundas

Oakville Transit: 14 Lakeshore West, 15 Bridge, 17 Kerr-Eastlake, Santa Shuttle

Orangeville Transit: All routes

Toronto Transit Commission: 5 Avenue Road, 6 Bay, 75 Sherbourne, 94 Wellesley, 126 Christie, 161 Rogers Road, 172 Cherry Street, 300 Bloor-Danforth (overnight), 501 Queen

York Region Transit: Viva Blue, 4 Major Mackenzie, 44 Bristol-London, 51 Queensway, 54 Bayview North, 55 Davis, 56 Eagle-Gorham, 89 Richmond Hill Community Bus, 520/521 Newmarket Community Bus


Acton

On Saturday, November 17 from approximately 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Town of Halton Hills will close Young and Mill Streets in downtown Acton to accommodate the Acton Firefighters’ Santa Claus Parade.

GO Transit will divert buses on the 31 Georgetown route during the event. The parade in Brampton also affects this route.


Bowmanville

On Saturday, November 17 from 9:15 a.m. until 12:45 p.m, the Municipality of Clarington will close several streets in Bowmanville including Church Streets East and West between Liberty and Scugog Streets North, Scugog Street North between Church and King Streets West, King Streets West and East between Scugog and Liberty Streets and Liberty Street South between King and Memorial Park (at Park Street).

DRT East and GO Transit will divert buses during the event.

DRT

501 Aspen Springs: The 9:15 a.m. bus leaving from Church and Temperance Street will follow its regular route to the Clarington Centre and then continue on its regular route to Roegnik Drive and King Street West, detouring westward along King to the Clarington Centre. Starting at 10:15 a.m., all buses will operate in a circular route from the Clarington Centre, operating along their regular route to Roegnik and King and then returning westward along King to the Clarington Centre. Regular service resumes after the parade finishes at approximately 12:45 p.m.

502 Liberty: The bus operating on the last regular trip will leave Church and Temperance at 8:45 a.m. Starting at 9:45 a.m., all buses will leave from the Clarington Centre, operating northward along Green Road, eastward along King Street West, southward along Regional Road 57, eastward along Baseline Road, northward along Liberty Streets South and North, then following their regular route to Longworth Avenue and Scugog Street North, then continuing westward along Longworth, southward along Regional Road 57, northward along Waverley Road, east and northward along Roegnik Drive and then westward along King Street West to the Clarington Centre. Regular service resumes after the parade finishes at approximately 12:45 p.m.

GO Transit

GO has not announced detours, but the parade will likely divert buses operating on the 09 Lakeshore East route. The parades in Oshawa and Toronto also affect this route.


Bradford

From approximately 5 until 9 p.m. on Saturday, November 17, the Town of Bradford-West Gwillimbury will close Simcoe Road between Holland Street West and the Bradford & District Memorial Community Centre at Centennial Park and other streets in Bradford to accommodate this year’s parade.

GO Transit has not announced detours but will likely divert buses operating on the 65 Barrie-Bradford route during the event. During previous events that closed Simcoe Road, southbound buses operated along their regular route to Barrie Street and Britannia Avenue, then diverted northeastward along Britannia, eastward along Jay Street and southward along Disette Street, resuming their regular route at Disette and Bridge Streets. Northbound buses reversed this routing.


Brampton

On Saturday, November 17, from approximately 5 until 10 p.m., the City of Brampton will close Main Streets North and South between Sproule and Nanwood Drives to accommodate the Brampton Board of Trade’s 13th annual parade.

Brampton Transit has not announced detours, but has diverted buses during similar events that closed Main.

1 Queen: During previous events, eastbound buses operated along their regular route to Queen Street West and Mill Street North, then detoured northward along Mill, westward along Nelson Street West, northward along George Street North and into the Downtown Brampton Terminal, then continued westward along Nelson, northward along George, westward along Railroad Street, northward along Mill Street North, westward along Rosedale Avenue West, northward along Pleasantview Avenue, eastward along Vodden Streets West and East and southward along Centre Street North to Queen, resuming their regular route eastward along Queen Street East. Westbound buses reversed this routing.

2 Main: During previous events, southbound buses operated along their regular route to Main and Vodden Streets, then diverted westward along Vodden Street West, southward along Pleasantview Avenue, eastward along Rosedale Avenue West, southward along Mill Street North, westward along Railroad Street, southward along George Street, stopping on the street, but not entering the Downtown Brampton Terminal. Buses then proceeded westward along Nelson Street, southward along McMurchy Street North and South and eastward along Elgin Drive to Main, resuming their regular route southward along Main. Northbound buses reversed this routing.

24 Van Kirk Industrial: During previous events, southbound buses operated along their regular route to Vodden Street West and English Street, then continued eastward along Vodden, southward along Pleasantview Avenue, eastward along Rosedale Avenue West, southward along Mill Street North, westward along Railroad Street, southward along George Street, ending their route in the Downtown Brampton Terminal. Northbound buses reversed this routing.

GO Transit

GO has not announced detours, but the parade will likely affect service on the 31 Georgetown and 34 Brampton Local routes.

31 Georgetown: Southbound buses will likely operate along their regular route to Main and Vodden Streets, then divert westward along Vodden Street West, southward along Pleasantview Avenue, eastward along Rosedale Avenue West, southward along Mill Street North, westward along Railroad Street, southward along George Street, then entering the Downtown Brampton Terminal. Buses would then proceed westward along Nelson Street, southward along McMurchy Street North and South and eastward along Elgin Drive to Main, resuming their regular route southward along Main. Northbound buses would reverse this routing. The parade in Acton also affects this route.

34 Brampton Local: Eastbound buses will likely operate from the Downtown Brampton Terminal westward along Nelson Street West, northward along George Street North, westward along Railroad Street, northward along Mill Street North, westward along Rosedale Avenue West, northward along Pleasantview Avenue, eastward along Vodden Streets West and East and southward along Centre Street North to Queen, resuming their regular route eastward along Queen Street East. Westbound buses will reverse this routing.


Hamilton

On Saturday, November 17, from noon to 4 p.m., the City of Hamilton will close Queen Streets North and South between York Boulevard and Main Street West, Main Streets West and East between Queen and John Streets South, John Street South between Main and King Streets East, King Streets East and West between John and Bay Streets and Bay Street North between King and Cannon Streets West to accommodate the annual parade.

Burlington Transit, GO Transit and the Hamilton Street Railway will divert buses during the event.

Burlington Transit

1 Fairview-Plains: Hamilton-bound buses will likely operate along their regular route to York Boulevard and Dundurn Street North, then detour southward along Dundurn Streets North and South, eastward along Main Street West, southward along Locke Street South, eastward along Bold Street, southward along James Street North, eastward along Augusta Street, northward along John Street North and then westward along Hunter street East to a stop across from the Hamilton GO Centre. Burlington-bound buses will likely continue westward along Hunter Streets East and West and then northward along Locke Streets South and North, resuming their regular route at Locke and York.

GO Transit

16 Hamilton QEW Express:
01 Lakeshore West: Hamilton-bound buses will likely operate along their regular route to Main Street West and Locke Street South, then detour southward along Locke, westward along Bold Street, and then northward along James Street South into the Hamilton GO Centre. Toronto-bound buses will likely operate from the Hamilton GO Centre northward along John Street South, westward along Hunter Streets East and West and then northward along Locke Street South, resuming their regular route at Locke and King Street West. The parade in Toronto will also affect the 01 Lakeshore West route.

Hamilton Street Railway

6 Aberdeen: Eastbound buses operate along their regular route to John Street South and Hunter Street East, and then end their route on Hunter, across from the Hamilton GO Street. Westbound buses operate westward along Hunter Street East to James Street South, resuming their regular route southward along James.

2 Barton: Westbound buses operate along their regular route to James Street North and King William Street, then detour eastward along King William to Hughson Street North and resume their regular eastbound route northward along Hughson.

4 Bayfront: Southbound buses operate along their regular route to James Street North and King William Street, then detour eastward along King William Street to Hughson Street North. Northbound buses begin their route at King William and Hughson, then proceed northward along Hughson, westward along Cannon Streets East and West, resuming their regular route at Cannon and McNab Street North.

3 Cannon: Westbound buses end their route at King Street East and Mary Street. Eastbound buses begin their route at Mary and King, proceeding northward along Mary, resuming their regular route at Mary and Wilson Streets.

35 College: Northbound buses operate along their regular route to John Street South and Hunter Street East, then detour westward along Hunter to James Street South, resuming their regular southbound route southward along James.

5 Delaware: Eastbound buses operate along their regular route to Main Street West and Locke Street South, then detour southward along Locke, eastward along Bold Street, southward along James Street South, eastward along Augusta Street, northward along Walnut Street, resuming their regular route at Walnut and Main Street East.

52 Dundas: Westbound buses operate along their regular route to Hunter Street East and John Street South, then continue westward along Hunter Streets East and West and then northward along Locke Street South, resuming their regular route at Locke and King Street West.

1 King: Westbound buses operate along their regular route to King Street East and Catharine Street, then detour southward along Catharine Street South to Main Street East and resume their regular eastbound route eastward along Main.

7 Locke: Northbound buses operate along their regular route to Locke Street South and Bold Street, then detour eastward along Bold Street, southward along James Street South, eastward along Augusta Street, northward along John Street South and then westward along Hunter Street East, ending their route at a stop across from the Hamilton GO Centre. Southbound buses operate westward along Hunter Street East to James Street South, continuing along their their regular route westward along Hunter.

5B Main West: See 52 Dundas

33 Sanatorium: See 35 College

51 University: Eastbound buses operate along their regular route to Main Street West and Locke Street South, then detour southward along Locke, eastward along Bold Street and then northward along James Street South into the Hamilton GO Centre. Westbound buses operate from the Hamilton GO Centre northward along John Street South, westward along Hunter Streets East and West and then northward along Locke Street South, resuming their regular route at Locke and King Street West.

23 Upper Gage
27 Upper James
21 Upper Kenilworth
22 Upper Ottawa: See 35 College

34 Upper Paradise: Northbound buses operate northward along their regular route to Hess Street South and Bold Street and then detour eastward along Bold, southward along James Street South, eastward along Augusta Street, northward along John Street South and then westward along Hunter Streets East and West, resuming their regular soutbound route at Hunter and Queen Street South.

24 Upper Sherman
26 Upper Wellington
25 Upper Wentworth: See 35 College

5C West Hamilton: See 52 Dundas

8 York: Eastbound buses operate along their regular route to York Boulevard and Locke Street North, then detour northward along Locke and eastward along Barton Streets West and East, southward along Catharine Streets North and South, westward along Hunter Streets East and West to a stop near the Hamilton Go Centre. Westbound buses continue west along Hunter Street Westand then northward along Locke Streets South and North, resuming their regular route at Locke and York.

Map of HSR bus detours during the parade

Map of temporary bus stops along Hunter Streets East and West during the parade


Keswick

On Saturday, November 17, from approximately 1:30 p.m. until 4 p.m., the Town of Georgina and the Region of York will close the Queensway South between Biscayne Boulevard and Metro Road, Metro Road South between Queensway and Church Street and Church between Metro and Woodbine Avenue to accommodate this year’s parade.

GO Transit will divert buses on its 69 Sutton route during the parade. The parade in Newmarket will also disrupt this route.

YRTwill not operate buses along its 51 Queensway route during the parade.


Newmarket

On Saturday, November 17 from approximately 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., the Town of Newmarket will close Eagle and William Streets from Lorne Avenue to Main Street, Main Street from Eagle Street to Davis Drive and Davis Drive from Main Street to Parkside Drive to accommodate this year’s parade.

GO Transit and YRT will divert bus services during the event.

GO Transit

69 Sutton: GO will likely divert this route from Davis Drive during the parade. The parade in Keswick will also affect this route.

54 Bayview North: From 10:30 a.m. until 1 p.m., southbound buses operate from the South Lake Regional Health Centre at Prospect Street and Davis Drive as usual and follow their regular on-street loop eastward along Davis, southward along Alexander and westward along Queen Street. The buses then detour southward along Prospect Street, resuming their regular route at Prospect and Water Streets. Northbound buses operate along their regular route to Prospect and Gorham Drive, then continue northward along Prospect and to the South Lake Regional Health Centre.

44 Bristol-London: From 10 a.m. until 12:30 p.m., buses will operate along their regular route to Main Street and Penn Avenue, then detour westward along Penn, resuming their regular route at Penn and Longford Drive.

55 Davis: From 10:55 a.m. until 1 p.m, all buses operate from the 404 Town Centre only. They proceed northward along Leslie Street, westward along Leslie Valley Drive, southward along Bayview Parkway, eastward on Elgin Street, southward along Huron Heights Drive, then continue across Davis Drive, southward along Alexander Road, westward along Queen Street, northward along Prospect Street and then eastward along Davis Drive, returning to the 404 Town Centre.

56 Gorham-Eagle: Buses will not operate along this route from approximately 10 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.

520/521 Newmarket Community Bus: YRT has not announced detours for these routes which operate along Eagle Street and Davis Drive.


Oakville

From 7 until 11 a.m. on Saturday, November 17, the Town of Oakville will close Lakeshore Road between Allan and Kerr Streets, Kerr Street between Lakeshore Road and Stewart Street, Stewart Street between Kerr and Maurice Drive, Rebecca Street between Dorval Drive and Forsythe Street and other streets in Old Oakville to accommodate this year’s parade.

Santa Shuttle: From 8 until 11:15 a.m., Oakville Transit will operate free Santa Shuttle service every 15 minutes from the Oakville GO Station to the downtown Church / Dunn Bus Terminal. Buses will operate eastward along Cross Street, southward along Trafalgar Road, eastward along Cornwall Road, southward along Reynolds Street, westward along Randall Street, southward along George Street and then eastward along Church Street to Dunn Street.

Oakville Transit will also detour some of its regular routes.

15 Bridge: Eastbound buses operate along their regular route to Mary Street and Dorval Drive, then detour northward along Dorval and then eastward along Speers Road, resuming their regular route at Speers and Kerr Street. Westbound buses reverse this routing.

17 Kerr-Eastlake: Westbound buses operate along their regular route to Lakeshore Road East and Reynolds Street, then detour northward along Reynolds, westward along Cornwall Road, northward along Trafalgar Road and then westward along Cross Street into Oakville GO Station. Eastbound buses reverse this routing.

14 Lakeshore West: Eastbound buses operate along their regular route to Rebecca Street and Dorval Drive, then detour northward along Dorval, eastward along Speers Road an north- and westward along Cross Avenue to the Oakville GO Station. Westbound buses reverse this routing.


Orangeville

From 2 until 3 p.m., on Saturday, November 17, the Orangeville Kinsmen Club and the Town of Orangeville will present the annual Santa Claus Parade, starting at Hansen Boulevard and First Street, then travelling westward along Broadway and northward along Fourth Street, ending at Rotary Park.

The parade will delay or divert all Orangeville Transit routes, which all operate along Broadway.


Oshawa

On Saturday, November 17 from approximately 5:30 until 9:30 p.m., the City of Oshawa will close King Street West between the Oshawa Centre and Centre Street, Centre Street South between King and John Streets West and John Street West and Elmgrove Street between Centre Street South and the Oshawa Centre to accommodate Santa’s Parade of Lights.

DRT East and GO Transit will divert buses during the event.

DRT

12 Adelaide: Eastbound buses detour from the Oshawa Centre Terminal westward along Gibb, northward along Stevenson and then eastward along Adelaide Avenue West, resuming their regular route at Adelaide and Park. Westbound buses operate along their regular route to Park Road North and Bond Street West, then detour westward along Bond, southward along Stevenson Roads North and South and eastward along Gibb Street into the Oshawa Centre Terminal.

5 Central Park: Westbound buses operate along their regular route to Bond Street West and Stevenson Road North, then detour southward along Stevenson Road North and South and westward along Gibb Street into the Oshawa Centre. Eastbound buses detour from the Oshawa Centre eastward along Gibb Street and then northward along Simcoe Street South, resuming their regular routes at Simcoe and King Streets.

6 Dean: Southbound buses operate along their regular route to Centre Street North and Richmond Street East, then detour eastward along Richmond, southward along Mary Streets North and South, westward along Athol Street East, southward along Celina Street, and then westward along Elm Street, resuming their regular route at Elm and Centre. Northbound buses operate along their regular route.

11 Grandview: See 5 Central Park

2 King: See 5 Central Park

10 Olive-Harmony: Westbound buses operate along their regular route to Albert Street South and Elm Street, then detour westward along Elm and Gibb Streets into the Oshawa Centre. Eastbound buses detour from the Oshawa Centre eastward along Gibb Street, northward along Simcoe Street South, and then eastward along John Street East, resuming their regular route at John and Celina Street.

1 Simcoe: See 6 Dean

GO Transit

09 Lakeshore East
94 Oshawa Highway 2: GO Transit has not announced detours, but the parade will likely divert buses on these routes. The parades in Bowmanville and Toronto will also affect the 09 Lakeshore route. The parade in Pickering will also affect the 94 Oshawa Highway 2 route.


Pickering

From approximately 8 a.m. until noon, the City of PIckering will close Glenanna Drive between Dixie Road and the Pickering Town Centre to accommodate the Kinsmen and Kinette Club of Pickering’s annual parade.

DRT West has not announced detours but the event may delay or divert several transit routes, including: M10 Ajax, M3 Amberlea, M6/5 Bay Ridges-West Shore, M2/11 Liverpool-Finch and Highway 2, M14/4 Maple Ridge-Glendale, M7 Rosebank, M2A/12 Village East-Brock Road

GO Transit also has not announced detours, but the event may delay or divert buses on the 94 Oshawa Highway 2 route. The parade in Oshawa may also affect this route.


Richmond Hill

On Sunday November 18, from approximately 1:30 until 3:30 p.m., the Town of Richmond Hill will close Yonge Street between Elgin Mills Road and 16th Avenue to accommodate this year’s parade.

YRT will divert transit services during the event.

4 Major Mackenzie: One bus will serve the regular route east of Yonge Street and two buses will serve the regular route west of Yonge. The westbound bus on the eastern route will operate along Major Mackenzie Drive as far west as Church Street, then return eastward along Major Mac. The eastbound buses on the western route will operate along Major Mac as far west as Atkinson Street, then return westward along Major Mac.

89 Richmond Hill Community Bus: YRT has not announced detours for this route which usually operates along some of the closed parts of Yonge Street.

Viva Blue: Southbound buses operate along their regular route to Yonge Street and Elgin Mills Road, then detour eastbound along Elgin Mills, southward along Bayview Avenue and then westward along 16th Avenue, resuming their regular route at Yonge and 16th.Northbound buses reverse this routing.

99 Yonge South: See Viva Blue.


Toronto

The City of Toronto will close Bloor Street West between Dovercourt Road and Queen’s Park, Queen’s Park, Queen’s Park Crescent West, University Avenue between College Street and Queen Street West, Queen between University and Yonge Street, Yonge between Queen and Front Streets and Front Street East between Yonge and Jarvis Streets to accommodate the parade.

GO Transit will provide extra trains to accommodate passengers headed to the parade or to the Canadian Football League Eastern Final Game between the Toronto Argonauts and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers at the Rogers Centre and a National Basketball League game between the Toronto Raptors and the Golden State Warriors at the Air Canada Centre.

09 Lakeshore East: In addition to regular hourly trains between Oshawa and Union Stations, GO will run an extra train, leaving Oshawa at 10:11 a.m., arriving at Union at 11:07 a.m. GO will also add extra trains to help people get home after the afternoon activities. They will start after the games and parade are over, starting at approximately 4:20 p.m. The parades in Bowmanville and Oshawa will also affect this route.

01 Lakeshore West: In addition to regular hourly trains between Aldershot and Union Stations, GO will run an extra train, leaving Aldershot at 10:38 a.m., arriving at Union at 11:37 a.m. GO will also add extra trains to help people get home after the afternoon activities. They will start after the games and parade are over, starting at approximately 4:20 p.m. The parade in Hamilton will also affect this route.

The TTC will also divert transit services during the event:

5 Avenue Road: Southbound buses will operate along their regular route to Avenue Road and Lowther Avenue, then detour westward along Lowther, southward along Bedford Road and then westward along Prince Arthur Avenue into St. George Station. Northbound buses operate from St. George Station northward along Bedford and then eastward along Prince Arthur, resuming their regular route at Prince Arthur and Avenue Road.

6 Bay: The TTC will split this route in two during the parade. Southbound buses on the northern route will operate along their regular route to Bay and Edward Streets then loop westward along Edward, northward along Elizabeth Street and then eastward along Elm Street to Bay. (This is the regular route of the Monday-to-Friday morning peak-period 6B Bay branch.) Northbound buses on the northern route will follow their regular route from Elm and Bay.

300 Bloor-Danforth (overnight): Parade organizers will use Bloor Street West between Dovercourt Road and Christie Street to prepare for the parade and disrupt regular early Sunday-morning service on this route. Eastbound buses operate along their regular route to Bloor and Dufferin Streets, then detour northward along Dufferin, eastward along Dupont Street and then southward along Christie Street to Bloor, resuming their regular route eastward along Bloor. Westbound buses will reverse this routing.

172 Cherry Street: Westbound buses operate along their regular route to The Esplanade and Lower Jarvis Street, then detour southward along Jarvis, westward along Lake Shore Boulevard East and then northward along Yonge Street to The Esplanade. Eastbound buses begin their route at Yonge Street and The Esplanade and then proceed eastward along The Esplanade to Scott Street, resuming their regular route eastward along The Esplanade.

126 Christie: Southbound buses will operate along their regular route to Christie and Dupont Streets, then detour westward along Dupont and southward along Ossington Avenue to Ossington Station. Northbound buses will reverse the routing.

501 Queen: Eastbound streetcars operate along their regular route to Queen Street West and Spadina Avenue, then proceed southward along Spadina, eastward along King Streets West and East and then northward along Church Street to Queen Street East, resuming their regular route eastward along Queen. Westbound cars reverse this routing.

161 Rogers Road: Eastbound buses operate along their regular route to Dovercourt Road and Hallam Street, then detour eastward along Hallam and southward along Ossington Avenue to Ossington Station. Northbound buses operate from Ossington Station northward along Concord Avenue, eastward along Northumberland Street, northward along Ossington and then westward along Hallam to Dovercourt, resuming their regular route northward along Dovercourt.

75 Sherbourne: Southbound buses follow their regular routing. Northbound buses begin their route from Lower Jarvis Street and Queens Quay East, proceeding northward along Jarvis, eastward along Lake Shore Boulevard East and then northward along Lower Sherbourne Street to The Esplanade, resuming their regular route northward along Sherbourne.

94 Wellesley: The TTC will split this route in two during the parade. Buses on the eastern route will shuttle between Castle Frank and Wellesley Stations in both directions. Eastbound buses on the western route will operate from Ossington Station southward along Ossington Avenue, westward along Harbord Street and then southward along Spadina Avenue to Spadina Crescent. Westbound buses on the western route will circle around Spadina Crescent and then reverse the routing to Ossington Station.

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