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Part 1 -- TTC revises service:
Western Toronto



Starting tomorrow, Sunday, November 23, the TTC extensively revises its routes and services.

this post describes changes to routes and services in western Toronto — the area of the city lying west of the Humber River. (This area contains all of the former City of Etobicoke.)


The changes affect these routes: 15 Evans; 30 Lambton; 32 Eglinton West; 36 Finch West; 37 Islington; 45 Kipling; 46 Martin Grove; 48 Rathburn; 49 Bloor West; 50 Burnhamthorpe; 52 Lawrence West; 58 Malton; 60 Steeles West; 66 Prince Edward; 73 Royal York; 76 Royal York South; 79 Scarlett Rd; 80 Queensway; 96 Wilson, 110 Islington South; 111 East Mall; 112 West Mall; 123 Shorncliffe; 191 Highway 27 Rocket; 307 Eglinton West (overnight); 311 Islington (overnight); 319 Wilson (overnight); 501 Queen.


Specifically, the TTC will: cancel branches of current routes; extend current routes; increase the hours of service along current routes; decrease the hours of service along current routes; increase the frequency of service along current routes; decrease the frequency of service along current routes; equip all buses operating on the routes with bike racks; adjust the schedules of current routes.


Cancel branches of current routes

49 Bloor West

Sunday, November 16 was the last day that buses operated along the 49A branch between Burnhamthorpe Road and Markland Drive and Kipling Station late evenings after 10 p.m.

Starting Sunday, November 23, all buses operate along the main 49 route to Bloor Street West and its western intersection with Markland Drive. They loop northeastward along Markland to Mill Road and then southward along Mill to Bloor. Buses no longer operate along Mill Road between Markland Drive and Burnhamthorpe Road late evenings. Buses operate along Mill between Markland Drive (north) and Bloor Street West every evening until about 1 a.m.

The TTC replaces the 49A branch by resuming service along the 50 Burnhamthorpe route after 10 p.m.

73 Royal York

Saturday, November 22 is the last day that buses operate along the 73 branch to Humberline Loop late evenings. Starting Sunday, November 23, every second bus along the route operates to either LaRose Avenue and Royal York Road or to Claireport Crescent and Albion Road every day until 1 a.m.

The TTC also increases the hours of service along the branches of the route and decreases the hours of service along other branches of the route.

60 Steeles West

Sunday, November 16 was the last day that the TTC operated buses along the 60 branch, with buses ending their trips at the Islington / Steeles Loop Sunday and holiday evenings after 10 p.m.

Starting Sunday, November 23, buses operate to Martin Grove Road every day until about 1 p.m.

The TTC also increases the hours of service along parts of the route, increases the frequency of service along parts of the route and decreases the frequency of service along parts of the route.

You can read Transit Toronto’s history of the 60 Steeles (1969 - 1974) and 60 Steeles West (1974 - ) routes by Jeffrey Kay here.


Extend current routes

66 Prince Edward

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC extends the route of the 66D branch along Park Lawn Road to Lake Shore Boulevard West. Buses operate along their regular route to the Park Lawn / Lake Shore loop, as currently, but then, after leaving the loop, proceed:

eastward along Lake Shore;
south- and westward along Marine Parade Drive; and then
northward along Park Lawn to Lake Shore,
resuming their regular route northward along Park Lawn.

The TTC also increases the hours of service along a branch of the route, increases the frequency of service along the route and adjusts the schedule of the route.

96 Wilson

Starting Monday, November 24, the TTC extends the routing of the current 96G branch to Sheppard Avenue West and Arrow Road during Monday-to-Friday rush hours. Buses operate along Bartor Road north of Clayson Road and Torbarrie Road. Buses no longer operate Clayson between Torbarrie and Huxley Roads or along Huxley Road.

During Monday-to-Friday morning rush hours, westbound buses operate along the current 96G branch to Clayson and Bartor Roads, then proceed:

northward along Bartor; and then
southward along Arrow Road to Sheppard Avenue West,
ending their trips.

During morning rush hours, eastbound buses start their trips at Arrow Road and Sheppard Avenue West, then proceed:

eastward along Sheppard;
northward along Oakdale Road;
southward along Torbarrie and Jethro Roads to Wilson Avenue,
resuming their current route eastward along Wilson.

During afternoon rush hours, westbound buses operate along their current route to Wilson Avenue and Jethro Road, then proceed:

northward along Jethro and Torbarrie Roads;
southward along Oakdale Road to Sheppard Avenue West,
ending their trips.

During afternoon rush hours, eastbound buses start their trips on Oakdale Road at Sheppard Avenue West, then proceed:

westward along Sheppard;
northward along Arrow Road;
southward along Bartor Road;
west- and southward along Clayson Road to Huxley Road,
resuming their current route southward along Clayson.

The TTC operates one bus to serve passengers every 17½ minutes during morning rush hours and every 21 minutes during afternoon rush hours.

The TTC also increases the hours of service along parts of the route, increases the frequency of service along parts of the route and decreases the frequency of service along parts of the route. It also equips all buses operating on the route with bike racks.

The TTC has not operated buses along Bartor Road since Friday, February 16, 1996. The TTC has never operated buses along Torbarrie Road.


Increase the hours of service along current routes

50 Burnhamthorpe

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC resumes service to passengers wanting to travel along the route late evenings after 10 p.m. One bus operates along the route, serving passengers every 30 minutes until about 1 a.m.

By operating buses along the route after 10 p.m., the TTC no longer needs to operate buses on the 49A Bloor West branch that currently serves passengers traveling along Burnhamthorpe Road west of the West Mall after 10 p.m.

It also increases the frequency of service along the route.

The TTC has not operated buses along the route after 10 p.m. between the West Mall and Kipling Avenue since September 3, 1998 or between Kipling and Islington Station since February 17, 1996.

32 Eglinton West

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC operates buses along the 32D branch between Jane Street and Emmett Avenue and Eglinton West Station every day until 1 a.m. (Currently, buses operate along the branch Mondays to Fridays only until about 7 p.m.)

It serves passengers traveling along the branch every 24 minutes Monday-to-Friday evenings after 7 p.m., early Saturday mornings before 9 a.m., Saturday evenings and all day Sundays and holidays. It serves passengers traveling along the branch every 30 minutes Saturdays between about 9 a.m. and 7 p.m.

The TTC also increases the frequency of service and decreases service along the route at various times of the week. It also equips all buses operating on the route with bike racks.

The TTC has never operated buses along Emmett Avenue after 7 p.m. Mondays to Fridays or on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

15 Evans

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC resumes service to passengers wanting to travel along the route late Saturday evenings and Sunday and holiday evenings. It also interlines the buses with the 48 Rathburn route Saturdays after 10 p.m. and Sundays and holidays after 7 p.m. It operates three buses along both routes together, serving passengers traveling along the 15 Evans route every 30 minutes.

It also increases the frequency of service at other times of the week.

The TTC has not operated buses along the 15 Evans route Saturdays after 10 p.m. since Saturday, February 10, 1996. It has not operated buses along the route Sundays after 7 p.m. since Sunday, February 11, 1996.

191 Highway 27 Rocket

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC introduces new service to passengers wanting to travel along the route late Monday-to-Friday evenings, early Saturday mornings and Saturday, Sunday and holiday evenings. It operates two buses along the route to serve passengers every 30 minutes Mondays to Fridays after 10 p.m. and Saturdays before 9 a.m. It operates three buses along the route to serve passengers every 22 minutes from about 7 until 10 p.m. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

The TTC has never operated buses along the route Mondays to Fridays after 10 p.m. or Saturdays, Sundays and holidays after 7 p.m.

You can read Transit Toronto’s history of the 191 Highway 27 Express (1991 - 2001) and 191 Highway 27 Rocket (2001 - ) routes by James Bow here.

37 Islington

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC introduces new service to passengers wanting to travel along the 37A branch of the route early Saturday, Sunday and holiday mornings. It operates earlier trips along Rexdale Boulevard from about 6 a.m. until 9 a.m. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, serving passengers every 24 to 30 minutes.

It also increases the frequency of service along the route at other times of the week and adjusts the schedule of the current route. It also equips all buses operating on the route with bike racks.

The TTC has never operated buses along Rexdale Boulevard before 9 a.m. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

You can read Transit Toronto’s history of the former 83 Rexdale route (1972 - 1984) by Peter Coulman here.

110 Islington South

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC resumes service to passengers wanting to travel on the 110A branch along Horner Avenue and Brown’s Line to Long Branch Loop Saturday evenings and all day Sundays and holidays. It will operate two buses to serve passengers traveling along Horner and Brown’s every 20 minutes from 7 until 10 p.m. on Saturdays and until 7 p.m. on Sundays and holidays. It will operate two buses to serve passengers traveling along Horner and Brown’s every 30 minutes Saturdays after 10 p.m. and Sundays and holidays after 7 p.m. Every second bus operates to Long Branch Loop or to Islington Avenue and Lake Shore Boulevard West every day until about 1 a.m.

The TTC will also increase the frequency of service along the route and adjust the schedule of the current route.

The TTC has not operated buses along Horner Avenue Saturday evenings and all day Sundays and holidays since Saturday, February 17, 1996.

66 Prince Edward

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC resumes service to passengers wanting to travel along the Lake Shore branch of the route during Monday-to-Friday midday and evenings and introduces new service to passengers wanting to travel along the branch Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. (Currently buses operate along the branch only during Monday-to-Friday rush hours.)

Starting Sunday, November 23, buses serve passengers in the Park Lawn Road / Lake Shore Boulevard West area every 20 minutes until about 7 p.m. and every 30 minutes after 7 p.m. Sundays and holidays. Starting Monday, November 24, buses serve passengers every 30 minutes from about 9:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. and after 7 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. Starting Saturday, November 29, buses serve passengers every 30 minutes Saturdays.

The TTC also extends the route, increases the frequency of service along the route and adjusts the schedule of the route.

The TTC has not operated buses along the 66D Lake Shore branch of the route Monday-to-Friday midday and evenings since May 8, 1992. It has never operated buses along the branch Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

80 Queensway

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC resumes service to passengers wanting to travel along the route between Keele Station and Sherway Gardens late Monday-to-Saturday evenings and all day Sundays and holidays. All buses travel east of Humber Loop along the Queensway, Colborne Lodge Drive, Lake Shore Boulevard West, Parkside Drive and Keele Street to Keele Station every day until about 1 a.m.

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC operates two buses along the route to serve passengers every 24 minutes until about 7 p.m. Sundays and holidays. It operates two buses along the route to serve passengers every 30 minutes after 7 p.m. Sundays and holidays.

Starting Monday, November 24, it operates two buses along the route to serve passengers every 30 minutes after 10 p.m. Mondays to Saturdays.

The TTC also adjusts the schedule of the route.

48 Rathburn

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC resumes service to passengers wanting to travel along the route late evenings. It also interlines the buses with the 15 Evans route late evenings. It operates three buses along both routes together, serving passengers traveling along the 48 Rathburn route every 30 minutes after 10 p.m. every evening.

It also increases the frequency of service along the route.

The TTC has not operated buses along Anglesey Boulevard and Rathburn Road between Kipling and Islington Avenues (on the former 2 Anglesey route) after 10 p.m. since Saturday, February 17, 1996. It has not operated buses along Rathburn Road between Mill Road and Kipling Avenue (on the 50 Burnhamthorpe route) since Friday, September 4, 1998.

73 Royal York

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC introduces new service to passengers and operates buses along two branches of the route every day until about 1 a.m. Buses operate along either the 73C branch to and from Albion Road and Claireport Crescent or along the 73B branch to and from Eglinton Avenue West (LaRose Avenue and Royal York Road) every day. (Before 9 a.m. Sundays and holidays, buses only operate to Claireport.) Currently, buses only operate to and from LaRose during Monday-to-Friday rush hours and to and from Claireport from about 6 a.m. until 10 p.m. Mondays to Saturdays and from about 8 a.m. until 7 p.m. Sundays and holidays.

To provide this new service, starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC operates one more bus along the route from about 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. Sundays and holidays and three more buses along the route after 7 p.m. Sundays and holidays. Starting Monday, November 24, it operates one more bus along the route from about 9:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. and after 7 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. Starting Saturday, November 29, it operates one more bus along the route until about 10 p.m. Saturdays and 3 more buses along the route after 10 p.m. Saturdays.

Starting Sunday, November 23, buses serve passengers traveling between Claireport Crescent and Royal York Station every 30 minutes before 9 a.m. and after 10 p.m. Sundays and holidays. They operate every 18 minutes from about 9 a.m. until 10 p.m. Sundays and holidays.

Starting Sunday, November 24, buses serve passengers traveling between Claireport and Royal York Station every 12 minutes from about 9:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. Mondays to Fridays, every 17 minutes from about 7 until 10 p.m. Mondays to Fridays and every 30 minutes after 10 p.m. Mondays to Saturdays.

Starting Saturday, November 29, buses serve passengers traveling between Claireport and Royal York Station every 15 minutes until 9 a.m. Saturdays, every 13 minutes from about 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. Saturdays, every 20 minutes from about 7 until 10 p.m. Saturdays and every 30 minutes after 10 p.m. Saturdays.

Starting Sunday, November 23, buses serve passengers traveling between LaRose Avenue and Royal York Station every 30 minutes from about 9:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. and after 7 p.m. Mondays to Fridays and all day Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

The TTC also decreases the hours of service of a branch of the route and cancels a branch of the route.

76 Royal York South

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC operates buses along the 76A branch to Grand Avenue and the Queensway every day until 1 a.m. (Currently buses only operate along the 76A branch during Monday-to-Friday rush hours.) Buses serve passengers every 30 minutes Mondays to Fridays, Saturday evenings, Sundays and holidays. They serve passengers every 24 minutes until about 7 p.m. Saturdays.

The TTC also increases the frequency of service along the route.

The TTC has never operated buses along Grand Avenue except during rush hours.

79 Scarlett Rd

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC resumes service to passengers wanting to travel along the route after 11 p.m. Sundays and holidays. It also operates later trips every evening. It operates one bus along the route to serve passengers every 30 minutes every evening until about 1 a.m.

The TTC also increases the frequency of service along the route.

The TTC has not operated buses along the 79 Scarlett Rd route Sundays and holidays after 10 p.m. since Sunday, February 11, 1996.

123 Shorncliffe

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC introduces new two-way service for passengers wanting to travel along North Queen Street every day until about 1 a.m. Buses operate along North Queen between Kipling Station and Sherway Gardens until about 7 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. Buses operate along North Queen between Kipling Station and Long Branch Loop after 7 p.m. Mondays to Fridays and all day Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

The TTC also increases the frequency of service along the route and decreases the frequency of service along the route.

The Transit Toronto archives contain several articles describing the history of transit service along Shorncliffe Road and the East and West Malls south of Dundas Street West.

You can read a history of the former 87 West Mall (1963 - 1973) and 87 Mall Circle (1973 - 1984) routes by Jeffrey Kay here.

You can read a history of the former 124 Sherway route (1984 - 1985) by Jeffrey Kay here.

You can read a history of the current 123 Shorncliffe route (1984 - ) by Jeffrey Kay here.

60 Steeles West

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC introduces new service to passengers wanting to travel into the Keele Campus of York University Saturday, Sunday and holiday evenings and new service to passengers wanting to travel to Martin Grove Road late Sunday and holiday evenings. Buses operate to either Martin Grove or York University every day until about 1 a.m.

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC serves passengers traveling to York University every 24 minutes after 7 p.m. Sundays and holidays. Buses also serve passengers traveling to Martin Grove every 24 minutes after 7 p.m. Sundays and holidays

Starting Saturday, November 29, it serves passengers traveling to York every 20 minutes from about 7 until 10 p.m. Saturdays and every 24 minutes after 10 p.m. Saturdays.

It also increases the frequency of service along parts of the route, decreases the frequency of service along parts of the route and cancels a branch of the route.

You can read Transit Toronto’s history of the 60 Steeles (1969 - 1974) and 60 Steeles West (1974 - ) routes by Jeffrey Kay here.

112 West Mall

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC introduces new service to passengers wanting to travel along the route to Disco Road Monday-to-Friday evenings and Saturdays and resumes service to passengers wanting to travel to Disco Road on Sundays. Buses operate to Disco Road every day until about 1 p.m.

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC serves passengers traveling to Disco Road every 24 minutes all day Sundays and holidays. Starting Monday, November 24, it serves passengers traveling to Disco Road every 18 minutes after 7 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. Starting Saturday, November 29, it serves passengers traveling to Disco Road every 17 minutes before 9 a.m., every 20 minutes from about 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. and every 24 minutes after 7 p.m. Saturdays.

It also increases the frequency of service along the route during some times of the week and decreases the frequency of service along the route during other times of the week.

The TTC has not operated buses to Disco Road Monday-to-Friday evenings since January 4, 2004. It has not operated buses to Disco Road Sundays and holidays since June 16, 2004. It has never operated buses to Disco Road on Saturdays.

The Transit Toronto archives contain two articles describing the history of transit service along the West Mall.

You can read a history of the former 87 West Mall (1963 - 1973) and 87 Mall Circle (1973 - 1984) routes by Jeffrey Kay here.

You can read a history of the current 112 West Mall route (1980 - ) by Jeffrey Kay here.

96 Wilson

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC introduces new service to passengers wanting to travel to the Tandridge Crescent and Thistledown Boulevard areas, along John Garland Drive between Kipling Avenue and Martin Grove Road and along Carrier Drive. Buses operate to Tandridge / Thistledown, to the loop at Humberline Drive and Albion Road and to Carrier Drive north of Albion Road every day until about 1 a.m. Buses no longer operate along Finch Avenue West between Humberline Drive and Humber College Boulevard.

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC serves passengers traveling to the Tandridge and Thistledown areas every 30 minutes Saturdays, Sundays and holidays and Monday-to-Friday midday and evenings. (Currently buses only serve the areas during Monday-to-Friday rush hours.) Eastbound buses serve Tandridge Crescent before 3 p.m. each day. Westbound buses serve Tandridge Crescent after 3 p.m. each day.

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC serves passengers traveling along John Garland and Carrier Drives to north of Albion Road every 40 minutes Sunday and holiday mornings, every 30 minutes Sunday and holiday afternoons and every 45 minutes Sunday and holidays after 7 p.m.

Starting Monday, November 24, it serves passengers traveling along John Garland and Carrier to north of Albion every 15 minutes from about 9:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. Mondays to Fridays, every 40 minutes from about 7 until 10 p.m. Mondays to Fridays and every 40 minutes after 10 p.m. Mondays to Fridays.

Starting Saturday, November 29, it serves passengers traveling along John Garland and Carrier to north of Albion every 30 minutes Saturday mornings, every 24 minutes Saturday afternoons and evenings until 10 p.m. and every 44 minutes Saturdays after 10 p.m.

The TTC also extends the route, increases the frequency of service along parts of the route and decreases the frequency of service along parts of the route. It also equips all buses operating on the route with bike racks.

The TTC has never operated buses along Carrier Drive or to Tandridge Crescent and Thistledown Boulevard Monday-to-Friday evenings, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.


Decrease the hours of service along current routes

32 Eglinton West

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC decreases service to passengers traveling early Sunday and holiday mornings before 9 a.m. between Keele Street / Trethewey Drive and Eglinton Station from every 10 minutes to every 15 minutes. It serves passengers traveling along each of the 32 (between Renforth Drive and Eglinton Station) and 32C (between Jane Street and Lawrence Avenue West and Eglinton Station) branches every 30 minutes.

It decreases service to passengers traveling Sunday and holiday mornings after 9 a.m. between Keele Street / Trethewey Drive and Eglinton West Station from every 7 minutes to every 15 minutes, 26 seconds. It serves passengers traveling along each of the 32 and 32C branches every 14 minutes. It serves passengers traveling along the 32D branch (between Jane Street and Emmett Avenue) every 24 minutes. It serves passengers traveling between Eglinton and Eglinton West Stations every 7 minutes.

The TTC also increases hours of service along the 32D branch and increases the frequency of service along the route at certain times of the week. It also equips all buses operating on the route with bike racks.

73 Royal York

Saturday, November 22 is the last day that buses operate along the 73A branch to Royal York and Dixon Roads on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Starting Sunday, November 23, buses only operate along the 73A branch during Monday-to-Friday rush hours.

The TTC also increases the hours of service along branches of the route and cancels a branch of the route.


Increase the frequency of service along current routes

50 Burnhamthorpe

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC increases the frequency of the service to passengers traveling along the route Sunday and holiday afternoons. It operates one more bus along the route, increasing the frequency from every 35 minutes to every 17½ minutes from about noon until 7 p.m. Sundays and holidays.

Starting Monday, November 24, the TTC increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the route during Monday-to-Friday morning rush hours. It operates one more bus along the route, increasing the frequency from every 10 minutes to every 8 minutes.

It also increases hours of service along the route.

111 East Mall

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the route late Saturday, Sunday and holiday evenings. It operates one more bus along the route Saturdays, Sundays and holidays after 10 p.m., increasing the frequency from every 30 minutes to every 20 minutes.

Starting Monday, November 24, the TTC increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the route during Monday-to-Friday rush hours. It operates one more bus along the route to increase the frequency during morning rush hours from every 8½ minutes to every 7 minutes. It operates one more bus along the route to increase the frequency during afternoon rush hours from every 11 minutes to every 9 minutes.

It also adjusts the schedule of the route.

The Transit Toronto archives contain two articles describing the history of transit service along The East Mall.

You can read a history of the former 87 Mall Circle route (1973 - 1984) by Jeffrey Kay here.

You can read a history of the 111 East Mall route (1980 - ) by Jeffrey Kay here.

32 Eglinton West

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along all branches of the route at many times of the week. (It also operates buses along the 32D branch between Jane Street and Emmett Avenue and Eglinton West Station every day until 1 a.m.)

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC operates two more buses to increase service to passengers traveling between Keele Street / Trethewey Drive and Eglinton West Station Sunday and holiday afternoons from every 5 minutes to every 4 minutes 29 seconds. It serves passengers traveling along each of the 32 (between Renforth Drive and Eglinton Station) and 32C (between Jane Street and Lawrence Avenue West and Eglinton Station) branches every 14 minutes and passengers traveling along the 32D branch (between Jane Street and Emmett Avenue and Eglinton West Station) every 24 minutes. It serves passengers traveling between Eglinton and Eglinton West Stations every 7 minutes.

It operates two more buses to increase service to passengers traveling between Keele Street / Trethewey Drive and Eglinton West Station early Sunday and holiday evenings before 10 p.m. from every 9 minutes to every 6 minutes, 33 seconds. It serves passengers traveling along each of the 32 and 32C branches every 18 minutes and passengers traveling along the 32D branch every 24 minutes. It serves passengers traveling between Eglinton and Eglinton West Stations every 9 minutes.

It operates two more buses to increase service to passengers traveling between Keele Street / Trethewey Drive and Eglinton West Station late Sunday and holiday evenings after 10 p.m. from every 15 minutes to every 9 minutes 14 seconds. It serves passengers traveling along each of the 32 and 32C branches every 30 minutes and passengers traveling along the 32D branch every 24 minutes. It serves passengers traveling between Eglinton and Eglinton West Stations every 15 minutes.

Starting Monday, November 24, the TTC operates two more buses along the route to increase service to passengers traveling early Monday-to-Friday evenings before 10 p.m. It increases service to passengers traveling between Keele Street / Trethewey Drive and Eglinton West Station from every 5½ minutes to every 4 minutes 29 seconds. It serves passengers traveling along the each of the 32A (between Skymark Drive and Eglinton Station) and 32C branches every 11 minutes. It serves passengers traveling along the 32D branch every 24 minutes. It serves passengers traveling between Eglinton and Eglinton West Stations every 5$frac12; minutes.

It operates two more buses to increase service to passengers traveling between Keele Street / Trethewey Drive and Eglinton West Station late Monday-to-Friday evenings after 10 p.m. from every 7½ minutes to every 5 minutes 43 seconds. It serves passengers traveling along each of the 32 and 32C branches every 15 minutes and passengers traveling along the 32D branch every 24 minutes. It serves passengers traveling between Eglinton and Eglinton West Stations every 7½ minutes.

Starting Saturday, November 29, the TTC operates two more buses to increase service to passengers traveling between Keele Street / Trethewey Drive and Eglinton West Station early Saturday mornings before 9 a.m. from every 7½ minutes to every 5 minutes 43 seconds. It serves passengers traveling along each of the 32 and 32C branches every 15 minutes and passengers traveling along the 32D branch every 24 minutes. It serves passengers traveling between Eglinton and Eglinton West Stations every 7½ minutes.

It operates four more buses to increase service to passengers traveling between Keele Street / Trethewey Drive and Eglinton West Station Saturdays from about 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. from every 5 minutes to every 3 minutes 55 seconds. It serves passengers traveling along each of the 32 and 32C branches every 9 minutes and passengers traveling along the 32D branch every 30 minutes. It serves passengers traveling between Eglinton and Eglinton West Stations every 4½ minutes.

It operates four more buses to increase service to passengers traveling between Keele Street / Trethewey Drive and Eglinton West Station early Saturday evenings before 10 p.m. from every 12 minutes to every 7 minutes 4 seconds. It serves passengers traveling along each of the 32 and 32C branches every 20 minutes and passengers traveling along the 32D branch every 24 minutes. It serves passengers traveling between Eglinton and Eglinton West Stations every 10 minutes.

It operates two more buses to increase service to passengers traveling between Keele Street / Trethewey Drive and Eglinton West Station late Saturday evenings after 10 p.m. from every 12 minutes to every 8 minutes. It serves passengers traveling along each of the 32, 32C and 32D branches every 24 minutes. It serves passengers traveling between Eglinton and Eglinton West Stations every 12 minutes.

The TTC also increases the service hours of the 32D branch and decreases service along the route at certain times of the week. It also equips all buses operating on the route with bike racks.

15 Evans

Starting Monday, November 24, the TTC increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the route late Monday-to-Friday evenings. It also interlines the buses with the 48 Rathburn route Mondays to Fridays after 10 p.m. It operates three buses along both routes together, increasing service to passengers traveling along the 15 Evans route from every 40 minutes to every 30 minutes.

It also increases the hours of service along the route at other times of the week.

36 Finch West

Starting Monday, November 24, the TTC increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling during Monday-to-Friday afternoon rush hours. It operates four more buses to increase the frequency from every 3 minutes 15 seconds to every 3 minutes during afternoon rush hours.

You can read Transit Toronto’s history of the former 36 Finch (1963 - 1974) and current 36 Finch West (1974 - ) routes by Jeffrey Kay here.

You can read Transit Toronto’s history of the former 118 Finch via Allen route (1983 - 1996) by Jeffrey Kay here.

37 Islington

Starting Monday, November 24, the TTC increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the route during Monday-to-Friday morning rush hours. It operates one more bus along the route to increase the frequency for passengers travelling to or from points south of Bergamot Avenue from every 6 minutes to every 5 minutes 20 seconds.

It also increases the hours of service along the route at other times of the week and adjusts the schedule of the current route. It also equips all buses operating on the route with bike racks.

110 Islington South

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC resumes service to passengers wanting to travel on the 110A branch along Horner Avenue and Brown’s Line to Long Branch Loop Saturday evenings and all day Sundays and holidays. By increasing the service hours of the 110A branch, the TTC increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling to or from points north of Judson Street.

Starting Sunday, November 23, it increases the frequency of service north of Judson Street to every 10 minutes from about 7 until 10 p.m. Saturdays and until 7 p.m. Sundays and holidays. It increases the frequency of service north of Judson to every 15 minutes after 10 p.m. Saturdays and after 7 p.m. Sundays and holidays.

The TTC also increases the hours of service along the 110A branch of the route and adjusts the schedule of the current route.

45 Kipling

Starting Monday, November 24, the TTC increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the 45E express branch of the route during Monday-to-Friday rush hours. It operates one more bus along the route to increase the frequency of the express branch from every 4½ minutes to every 4 minutes 15 seconds during morning rush hours. It operates one more bus along the route to increase the frequency of the express branch from every 7 minutes 15 seconds to every 7 minutes during afternoon rush hours.

You can read Transit Toronto’s history of the 45 Kipling route by Jeffrey Kay here.

30 Lambton

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the route Sunday and holiday evenings. It operates one more bus along the route to increase the frequency from every hour to every 30 minutes after 7 p.m. Sundays and holidays.

Starting Monday, November 23, the TTC increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the route during Monday-to-Friday morning rush hours. It operates one more bus along the route to increase the frequency from every 20 minutes to every 15 minutes during morning rush hours.

Starting Monday, November 23, the TTC increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the route late Monday-to-Saturday evenings. It operates one more bus along the route to increase the frequency from every hour to every 30 minutes after 10 p.m. Mondays to Saturdays.

52 Lawrence West

Starting Monday, November 24, the TTC increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the route during Monday-to-Friday rush hours. It operates three more buses along the route to increase the frequency during morning rush hours. On the main 52 branch between Martin Grove Road and Lawrence Station it increases the frequency from every 4 minutes 56 seconds to every 4 minutes 10 seconds during morning rush hours. On the 52C branch between Culford Drive and Lawrence West Station, it increases the frequency from every 35 minutes to every 20 minutes during morning rush hours. It operates three more buses along the route to increase the frequency during afternoon rush hours. On the main 52 branch it increases the frequency from every 5 minutes 58 seconds to every 5 minutes during afternoon rush hours. On the 52C branch it increases the frequency from every 40 minutes to every 20 minutes.

Starting Sunday, November 23, TTC buses operating on the 59 Maple Leaf route introduce new service along Culford Road, Gulliver Road, Ingram Drive, Sheffield Street and Benson Road Monday-to-Friday evenings and all day Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

58 Malton

Starting Monday, November 24, the TTC increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the route east of the Pearson Air Terminals during Monday-to-Friday afternoon rush hours. It operates two more buses along the route to increase the frequency from every 7½ minutes to every 6 minutes 40 seconds during afternoon rush hours.

46 Martin Grove

Starting Monday, November 24, the TTC increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the route during Monday-to-Friday morning rush hours. It operates one more bus along the route to increase the frequency from every 11 minutes 10 seconds to every 10 minutes during morning rush hours.

66 Prince Edward

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC increases the hours of service to the 66D Lake Shore branch and increases the frequency of service along the entire route.

Starting Sunday, November 23, it operates one more bus along the route to increase the frequency north of Berry and Park Lawn Roads from every 22 minutes to every 10 minutes until about 7 p.m. Sundays and holidays. (South of Berry and Park Lawn, buses operate every 20 minutes on each branch.) It increases the frequency north of Berry and Park Lawn from every 30 minutes to every 15 minutes after 7 p.m. Sundays and holidays. (South of Berry and Park Lawn, buses operate every 30 minutes on each branch.)

Starting Monday, November 24, the TTC operates one more bus along the route to increase the frequency north of Berry and Park Lawn from every 7½ minutes to every 7 minutes during Monday-to-Friday morning rush hours. (South of Berry and Park Lawn, buses operate every 14 minutes along each branch.) It operates one more bus along the route to increase the frequency north of Berry and Park Lawn from every 15 minutes to every 10 minutes from about 9:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. (South of Berry and Park Lawn, buses operate every 15 minutes to Humber Loop and every 30 minutes to Lake Shore.) It increases the frequency north of Berry and Park Lawn from every 8½ minutes to every 8 minutes during Monday-to-Friday afternoon rush hours. (South of Berry and Park Lawn, buses operate every 16 minutes along each branch.) It increases the frequency north of Berry and Park Lawn from every 15 minutes to every 10 minutes from about 7 until 10 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. (South of Berry and Park Lawn, buses operate every 15 minutes to Humber Loop and every 30 minutes to Lake Shore.) It increases the frequency north of Berry and Park Lawn from every 30 minutes to every 15 minutes after 10 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. (South of Berry and Park Lawn, buses operate every 30 minutes along each branch.)

Starting Saturday, November 29, the TTC operates one more bus along the route to increase the frequency north of Berry and Park Lawn from every 30 minutes to every 15 minutes before 9 a.m. Saturdays. (South of Berry and Park Lawn, buses operate every 30 minutes along each branch.) It increases the frequency from every 15 minutes to every 10 minutes north of Berry and Park Lawn from about 9 a.m. until10 p.m. Saturdays. (South of Berry and Park Lawn buses operate every 15 minutes to Humber Loop and every 30 minutes to Lake Shore.) It increases the frequency from every 30 minutes to every 15 minutes north of Berry and Park Lawn after 10 p.m. Saturdays. (South of Berry and Park Lawn, buses operate every 30 minutes along each branch.

The TTC also extends the route, increases the hours of service along the route and adjusts the schedule of the route.

501 Queen

Starting Monday, November 24, the TTC increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the route early Monday-to-Friday evenings. It operates one more streetcar along the route to increase the frequency from every 7 minutes, 22 seconds to every 7 minutes from about 7 until 10 p.m. Mondays to Fridays.

The TTC also adjusts the schedule of the route.

The Transit Toronto archives contain three articles describing the history of the 501 Queen streetcar route.

You can read a history of streetcar service along Queen (1862 - ) by James Bow here.

You can read a history of streetcar service along Kingston Road (1875 - ) by James Bow here.

You can read a history of streetcar service along Lake Shore Boulevard West (the former Lakeshore Road) (1892 - ) by James Bow here.

48 Rathburn

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the route early Sunday and holiday evenings. It also interlines buses with the 15 Evans route early Sunday and holiday evenings. It operates three buses along both routes together, increasing the frequency to passengers traveling along the 48 Rathburn route from every 45 minutes to every 30 minutes after 7 p.m. Sundays and holidays.

It also increases the hours of service along the route.

76 Royal York South

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the route throughout the week and also increases the hours of service along the 76A branch to Grand Avenue and the Queensway.

Starting Sunday, November 23, it operates one more bus along the route to increase the frequency north of Royal York Road and the Queensway from every 15 minutes to every 10 minutes Sundays and holidays. (South of the Queensway, buses operate every 15 minutes to Royal York Road and Lake Shore Boulevard West and every 30 minutes to Grand Avenue and the Queensway.)

Starting Monday, November 24, it operates one more bus along the route to increase the frequency north of the Queensway from every 4 minutes 45 seconds to every 4 minutes 18 seconds during Monday-to-Friday morning rush hours. (South of the Queensway, buses operate every 5 minutes to Lake Shore and every 30 minutes to Grand.) It operates one more bus to increase the frequency north of the Queensway from every 9 minutes to every 6 minutes 56 seconds from about 9:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. (South of the Queensway, buses operate every 9 minutes to Lake Shore and every 30 minutes to Grand.) It operates two more buses to increase the frequency north of the Queensway from every 6 minutes 55 seconds to every 5 minutes during Monday-to-Friday afternoon rush hours. (South of the Queensway, buses operate every 6 minutes to Lake Shore and every 30 minutes to Grand.) It operates one more bus to increase the frequency north of the Queensway from every 15 minutes to every 10 minutes after 7 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. (South of the Queensway, buses operate every 15 minutes to Lake Shore and every 30 minutes to Grand.)

Starting Saturday, November 29, it operates one more bus along the route to increase the frequency north of the Queensway from every 15 minutes to every 10 minutes before 9 a.m. Saturdays. (South of the Queensway, buses operate every 15 minutes to Lake Shore and every 30 minutes to Grand.) It operates one more bus to increase the frequency north of the Queensway from every 12 minutes to every 8 minutes after 9 a.m. Saturdays. (South of the Queensway, buses operate every 12 minutes to Lake Shore and every 24 minutes to Grand.)

79 Scarlett Rd

Starting Monday, November 24, the TTC increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the route during Monday-to-Friday rush hours. It operates two more buses along the route to increase the frequency from every 5½ minutes to every 4½ minutes during morning rush hours. It operates two more buses along the route to increase the frequency from every 7 minutes to every 6 minutes during afternoon rush hours.

It also increases the hours of service along the route.

123 Shorncliffe

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC operates new two-way service along North Queen Street every day until about 1 a.m. It increases service along the common part of the route where buses on both branches operate - north of North Queen Street and the East Mall and south of Sherway Gardens - during many times of the week.

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC operates one more bus along the route to increase the frequency of service to passengers traveling early Sunday and holiday mornings. It increases the frequency along each branch from every 30 minutes to every 24 minutes before 9 a.m. Sundays and holidays. It increases the frequency along the common part of the route from every 15 minutes to every 12 minutes Sundays and holidays from about 7 until 10 p.m. It increases the frequency along the common part of the route from every 30 minutes to every 15 minutes after 10 p.m. Sundays and holidays.

Starting Monday, November 24, it increases the frequency along the common part of the route from every 22 minutes to every 15 minutes after 10 p.m. Mondays to Fridays.

Starting Saturday, November 29, it increases the frequency along the common part of the route from 20 minutes to every 15 minutes Saturdays before 9 a.m.

It also increases the hours of service along the route and decreases the frequency of service along the route.

The Transit Toronto archives contain several articles describing the history of transit service along Shorncliffe Road and the East and West Malls south of Dundas Street West.

You can read a history of the former 87 West Mall (1963 - 1973) and 87 Mall Circle (1973 - 1984) routes by Jeffrey Kay here.

You can read a history of the former 124 Sherway route (1984 - 1985) by Jeffrey Kay here.

You can read a history of the current 123 Shorncliffe route (1984 - ) by Jeffrey Kay here.

60 Steeles West

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the route Sunday and holiday evenings. It operates two more bus along the route to increase the frequency east of Keele Street from every 20 minutes to every 12 minutes from about 7 until 10 p.m. Sundays and holidays. It operates three more bus along the route to increase the frequency east of Keele from every 15 minutes to every 12 minutes after 10 p.m. Sundays and holidays.

Starting Monday, November 24, it increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the route during Monday-to-Friday rush hours. It operates two more buses along the route to increase the frequency east of Keele from every 3 minutes 10 seconds to every 3 minutes during morning rush hours. It operates four more buses along the route to increase the frequency east of Keele from every 3 minutes 23 seconds to every 3 minutes during afternoon rush hours.

Starting Saturday, November 29, it increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the route Saturday evenings. It operates two more buses along the route to increase the frequency east of Keele from every 16 minutes to every 10 minutes from about 7 until 10 p.m. Saturdays. It operates two more buses along the route to increase the frequency east of Keele from every 20 minutes to every 12 minutes after 10 p.m. Saturdays.

It also increases the hours of service along parts of the route, decreases the frequency of service along parts of the route and cancels a branch of the route.

You can read Transit Toronto’s history of the 60 Steeles (1969 - 1974) and 60 Steeles West (1974 - ) routes by Jeffrey Kay here.

112 West Mall

Starting Monday, November 24, the TTC increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the route late Monday-to-Friday evenings. It operates one more bus along the route to increase the frequency of service from every 24 minutes to every 18 minutes after 10 p.m. Mondays to Fridays.

It also increases the hours of service along parts of the route and decreases the frequency of service along the route during some times of the week.

The Transit Toronto archives contain two articles describing the history of transit service along the West Mall.

You can read a history of the former 87 West Mall (1963 - 1973) and 87 Mall Circle (1973 - 1984) routes by Jeffrey Kay here.

You can read a history of the 112 West Mall route (1980 - ) by Jeffrey Kay here.

96 Wilson

Starting Monday, November 23, the TTC increases the frequency of service to passengers traveling to and from points east of Jethro Road during Monday-to-Friday rush hours. It operates three more buses along the route to increase the frequency of service from every 3 minutes 41 seconds to every 3 minutes 20 seconds during morning rush hours. It operates one more bus along the route to increase the frequency east of Torbarrie from every 4 minutes 22 seconds to every 4 minutes 12 seconds during afternoon rush hours.

The TTC also extends the route, increases the hours of service along parts of the route and decreases the frequency of service along parts of the route. It also equips all buses operating on the route with bike racks.


Decrease the frequency of service along current routes

123 Shorncliffe

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC operates new two-way service along North Queen Street every day until about 1 a.m. It increases service along the parts of the route where buses on both branches operate - north of North Queen Street and the East Mall and south of Sherway Gardens - during many parts of the week. In some cases, operating the two-way North Queen service decreases the frequency along parts of the East Mall branch at certain times of the week.

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC decreases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the East Mall branch of the route from every 24 minutes to every 30 minutes Saturday, Sunday and holiday evenings from about 7 until 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, November 24, it decreases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the East Mall branch of the route from every 24 minutes to every 30 minutes Mondays to Fridays after 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, November 29, it decreases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along the East Mall branch of the route from every 20 minutes to every 30 minutes Saturdays before 9 a.m.

It also increases the hours of service along the route and increases the frequency of service along the route.

The Transit Toronto archives contain several articles describing the history of transit service along Shorncliffe Road and the East and West Malls south of Dundas Street West.

You can read a history of the former 87 West Mall (1963 - 1973) and 87 Mall Circle (1973 - 1984) routes by Jeffrey Kay here.

You can read a history of the former 124 Sherway route (1984 - 1985) by Jeffrey Kay here.

You can read a history of the current 123 Shorncliffe route (1984 - ) by Jeffrey Kay here.

60 Steeles West

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC introduces new service to passengers wanting to travel into the Keele Campus of York University Saturday, Sunday and holiday evenings. By introducing this new service to York, the TTC decreases the frequency of service along the route west of York University.

Starting Sunday, November 23, it decreases the frequency west of York from every 20 minutes to every 24 minutes Sunday and holiday evenings. Starting Saturday, November 29, it decreases the frequency west of York from every 16 minutes to every 20 minutes from about 7 until 10 p.m. Saturdays and from every 20 minutes to every 24 minutes after 10 p.m. Saturdays.

It also increases the hours of service along parts of the route, increases the frequency of service along parts of the route and cancels a branch of the route.

You can read Transit Toronto’s history of the 60 Steeles (1969 - 1974) and 60 Steeles West (1974 - ) routes by Jeffrey Kay here.

112 West Mall

Starting Monday, November 24, the TTC decreases the frequency of service to passengers wanting to travel along the route early Monday-to-Friday evenings. It operates all buses to Disco Road but reduces the frequency from every 16 minutes 45 seconds to every 18 minutes from about 7 until 10 p.m. Mondays to Fridays.

It also increases the hours of service along parts of the route and increases the frequency of service at other times of the week.

The Transit Toronto archives contain two articles describing the history of transit service along the West Mall.

You can read a history of the former 87 West Mall (1963 - 1973) and 87 Mall Circle (1973 - 1984) routes by Jeffrey Kay here.

You can read a history of the 112 West Mall route (1980 - ) by Jeffrey Kay here.

96 Wilson

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC increases the hours of service along Carrier Drive so that buses operate along Carrier every day until about 1 a.m.

By increasing service along Carrier, the TTC decreases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along Humberline Drive. Starting Sunday, November 23, it decreases service from every 20 minutes to every 40 minutes Sunday and holiday mornings, from every 16 minutes to every 30 minutes Sunday and holiday afternoons and from every 30 minutes to every 45 minutes after 7 p.m. Sundays and holidays.

Starting Monday, November 24, it decreases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along Humberline Monday-to-Friday evenings. It decreases the frequency from every 12 minutes to every 24 minutes from about 7 until 10 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. It decreases the frequency from every 20 minutes to every 40 minutes after 10 p.m. Mondays to Fridays.

Starting Saturday, November 29, the TTC decreases the frequency of service to passengers traveling along Humberline Saturdays. It decreases the frequency from every 15 minutes to every 30 minutes before noon Saturdays. It decreases the frequency from every 12 minutes to every 24 minutes from noon until about 10 p.m. Saturdays. It decreases the frequency from every 22 minutes to every 44 minutes after 10 p.m. Saturdays.

The TTC also extends the route, increases the hours of service along parts of the route and increases the frequency of service along parts of the route. It also equips all buses operating on the route with bike racks.


Equip all buses operating on the routes with bike racks

32 Eglinton West
307 Eglinton West (overnight)
37 Islington
311 Islington (overnight)
96 Wilson
319 Wilson (overnight)

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC equips all buses operating on the routes with bike racks.


Adjust the schedules of current routes

111 East Mall

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC no longer interlines buses with the 123 Shorncliffe route Sunday and holiday mornings and late Saturday, Sunday and holiday evenings after 10 p.m. It continues to operate one bus along the route to serve passengers every 15 minutes Sunday and holiday mornings.

It also increases the frequency of service along the route.

The Transit Toronto archives contain two articles describing the history of transit service along The East Mall.

You can read a history of the former 87 Mall Circle route (1973 - 1984) by Jeffrey Kay here.

You can read a history of the 111 East Mall route (1980 - ) by Jeffrey Kay here.

37 Islington

Starting Monday, November 24, the TTC no longer interlines the buses with the 110 Islington South route after 10 p.m. Mondays to Fridays.

It also increases the hours of service and increases the frequency of service along the route at other times of the week. It also equips all buses operating on the route with bike racks.

110 Islington South

Starting Monday, November 24, the TTC no longer interlines the buses with the 37 Islington route after 10 p.m. Mondays to Fridays.

The TTC will also increase the hours of service along the 110A branch of the route and increase the frequency of service along the route.

66 Prince Edward

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC adjusts the schedule of the route. Since buses operating along the 66 Prince Edward route no longer share a common terminal at Humber Loop with buses operating along the 80 Queensway route, the TTC no longer interlines the two routes at any time of the week.

The TTC also extends the route, increases the hours of service along the route and increases the frequency of service along the route.

501 Queen

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC adjusts the schedule of the route so that the same streetcars start and end their trips at either Long Branch or Humber Loops throughout a day. This is part of ongoing efforts to improve the reliability of service along this long route.

The TTC also increases the frequency of the service along the route.

The Transit Toronto archives contain three articles describing the history of the 501 Queen streetcar route.

You can read a history of streetcar service along Queen (1862 - ) by James Bow here.

You can read a history of streetcar service along Kingston Road (1875 - ) by James Bow here.

You can read a history of streetcar service along Lake Shore Boulevard West (the former Lakeshore Road) (1892 - ) by James Bow here.

80 Queensway

Starting Sunday, November 23, the TTC no longer interlines buses with the 66 Prince Edward route at any time of the week. Since all 80 Queensway buses no longer start or end their trips at Humber Loop, they no longer share a common terminal with the buses operating along the 66 Prince Edward loop.


Interlining refers to transit agencies sharing resources — drivers and vehicles — by scheduling two or more routes with a common terminal as if they were one route. For example, a bus operating on the 15 Evans route may leave Sherway Gardens, proceed along its route to Royal York Station, then continue its trip along the 48 Rathburn route. After continuing to Mill Road, the bus follows the 48 Rathburn route back to Royal York Station, then continues along the 15 Evans route to Sherway.

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