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TTC revises routes and services, starting May 9



The TTC is making a wide-ranging series of changes to its routes and services, starting Sunday, May 9. It’s adjusting service along many routes, responding to changes in ridership during the pandemic. It’s increasing service along routes with higher ridership numbers and decreasing service along routes with lower number.

Introducing a new route The new route replaces the 107 St Regis and 117 Alness - Chesswood routes.

  • 107 York University Heights

Cancelling routes The new 107 York University Heights route replaces these services.

  • 107 St Regis; and
  • 117 Alness - Chesswood.

Restoring service

Buses again operate along this route, which the TTC cancelled in March 2020 due to the pandemic:

  • 989 Weston express.

Revising routings

  • 116 Morningside; and
  • 905 Eglinton East express.

Increasing service

  • 35 Jane;
  • 96 Wilson;
  • 92 Woodbine South;
  • 102 Markham Rd; and
  • 165 Weston Rd North.

Improving the reliability of services The program for continuously monitoring and improving schedules “to better match observed operating conditions” results in new schedules for these routes:

  • 14 Glencairn;
  • 26 Dupont;
  • 29 Dufferin;
  • 32 Eglinton West;
  • 34 Eglinton East;
  • 86 Scarborough;
  • 116 Morningside;
  • 127 Davenport;
  • 929 Dufferin express**; and
  • 941 Keele express.

Increasing the service hours

  • 119 Torbarrie.

Adjusting service, schedules or routings

  • Line 1 Yonge - University subway;
  • 6 Bay;
  • 7 Bathurst;
  • 11 Bayview;
  • 23 Dawes;
  • 24 Victoria Park;
  • 38 Highland Creek;
  • 52 Lawrence West;
  • 60 Steeles West;
  • 63 Ossington;
  • 66 Prince Edward;
  • 71 Runnymede;
  • 73 Royal York;
  • 75 Sherbourne;
  • 76 Royal York South;
  • 88 South Leaside;
  • 94 Wellesley;
  • 100 Flemingdon Park;
  • 106 Sentinel;
  • 109 Ranee;
  • 113 Danforth;
  • 126 Christie;
  • 129 McCowan North;
  • 134 Progress;
  • 503 Kingston Rd;
  • 510 Spadina;
  • 900 Airport express;
  • 905 Eglinton East express;
  • 924 Victoria Park express;
  • 925 Don Mills express;
  • 927 Highway 27 express; and
  • 952 Lawrence West express.

Restoring seasonal services

  • 92 Woodbine South;
  • 121 Fort York - Esplanade;
  • 175 Bluffers Park;
  • 509 Harbourfront; and
  • 927 Highway 27 express.

Accommodating construction projects

  • 301 Queen overnight;
  • 304 King overnight;
  • 306 Carlton overnight;
  • 501 Queen;
  • 504 King;
  • 505 Dundas; and
  • 506 Carlton.

Due to fewer riders boarding buses resulting from social distancing and lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic, the TTC continues to suspend service along these express routes:

  • 141 Downtown / Mt Pleasant express;
  • 142 Downtown / Avenue Rd express;
  • 143 Downtown / Beach express;
  • 144 Downtown / Don Valley express;
  • 145 Downtown / Humber Bay express; and
  • 944 Kipling South express.

The TTC continues to suspend service along these routes due to the pandemic:

  • 40A Junction - Dundas West — The TTC continues to cancel service along the short-turn branch to and from Jane Street Mondays to Fridays. Buses continue to serve the branch Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Buses continue to operate along the 40B branch to and from Kipling Station during all time periods, except overnight.
  • 73A Royal York - The TTC continues to cancel service along the short-turn branch to and from Knob Hill Drive and Oak Street Mondays to Fridays. Buses continue to operate along the 73C branch to and from Humberline Drive via Albion Road during all time periods except overnight.
  • 176 Mimico GO shuttle;
  • 508 Lake Shore.

The TTC continues to suspend service along this route due to Metrolinx construction of the Eglinton Crosstown light rail transit line:

  • 103 Mt Pleasant North.

Sources:

  • TTC: “Service Changes”, here;
  • TTC: “Service Summary, May 9, 2021 to June 19, 2021”, here (.pdf);
  • TTC: “Service Summary, March 28 to May 8, 2021”, here (.pdf); and
  • Steve Munro: “TTC Service Changes: Sunday, May 9, 2021”, here.

The TTC is revising service along these routes and lines: Line 1 Yonge - University subway; 6 Bay; 7 Bathurst; 11 Bayview; 14 Glencairn; 23 Dawes; 24 Victoria Park; 26 Dupont; 29 Dufferin; 32 Eglinton West; 34 Eglinton East; 35 Jane; 38 Highland Creek; 52 Lawrence West; 60 Steeles West; 63 Ossington; 66 Prince Edward; 71 Runnymede; 73 Royal York; 75 Sherbourne; 76 Royal York South; 86 Scarborough; 88 South Leaside; 89 Weston; 92 Woodbine South; 94 Wellesley; 96 Wilson; 102 Markham Rd; 106 Sentinel; 107 York University Heights; 107 St Regis; 109 Ranee; 113 Danforth; 116 Morningside; 117 Alness - Chesswood; 119 Torbarrie; 121 Fort York - Esplanade; 126 Christie; 127 Davenport; 129 McCowan North; 134 Progress; 165 Weston Rd North; 175 Bluffers Park; 301 Queen overnight; 304 King overnight; 306 Carlton overnight; 501 Queen; 501L Queen / Long Branch shuttle buses; 501P Queen / Humber shuttle buses; 503 Kingston Rd; 504 King; 504G King shuttle buses; 504Q King shuttle buses; 505 Dundas; 506 Carlton; 509 Harbourfront; 510 Spadina; 512 Spadina; 900 Airport express; 905 Eglinton East express; 924 Victoria Park express; 925 Don Mills express; 927 Highway 27 express; 929 Dufferin express; 941 Keele express; 952 Lawrence West express; 989 Weston express.

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Specifically, the TTC is: introducing a new route; cancelling routes; introducing new branches of routes; cancelling branches of routes; increasing service along routes; decreasing service along routes; increasing the frequency of service along routes; decreasing the frequency of service along routes; revising the paths for buses and streetcars along routes; adjusting the schedules for buses and streetcars along routes; restoring seasonal services; and making other changes to services along routes.

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Introducing a new route


107 York University Heights

Starting Sunday, May 9, the TTC is introducing this new route, replacing current service along the 107 St Regis and 117 Alness - Chesswood routes.

Buses operate along Sheppard Avenue West between Sheppard West Station and Sheppard West / Kodiak Crescent, then follow one of two circular branches to and from Steeles Avenue West:

  • 107A branch “via Keele”: Buses operate clockwise around the route.
  • 107B branch “via Alness”: Buses operate counterclockwise around the route.

107A branch

Buses start their trips in Sheppard West Station bus terminal, then proceed:

westward along Sheppard Avenue West;
northward along Tuscan Gate;
eastward along St. Regis Crescent South;
northward along Bakersfield Street;
westward along St. Regis Crescent North;
northward along Ceramic Road;
westward along LePage Court;
northward along Keele Street;
eastward along Canartic Drive;
northward along Petrolia Road;
eastward along Steeles Avenue West;
southward along Alness Street;
south- and westward along Champagne Drive;
southward along Chesswood Drive;
eastward along Steeprock Drive;
southward along Whitehorse Road;
east- and southward along Kodiak Crescent;
eastward along Sheppard Avenue West; and then
southward into Sheppard West Station bus terminal,
ending their trips.

Buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • in Sheppard West Station bus terminal,
  • on Sheppard Avenue West at William R. Allen Road, beyond William R. Allen Road, at Kodiak Crescent [south and north] and at Chesswood Drive, Bakersfield Street and Tuscan Gate,
  • on Tuscan Gate at St. Regis Crescent South,
  • on St. Regis Crescent South at Bakersfield Street,
  • on St. Regis Crescent North beyond Bakersfield Street and at Ceramic Road,
  • on Ceramic Road at Ashwarren Road and LePage Court,
  • on LePage Court beside #22 LePage and at Keele Street,
  • on Keele Street at Toro Road, beyond Finch Avenue West (beside Finch West Station), at Four Winds Drive, The Pond Road and Canartic Drive,
  • on Canartic Drive at Petrolia Road,
  • on Petrolia Road at Wildcat Road and Steeles Avenue West,
  • on Steeles Avenue West at Shale Gate and beside #2501 Steeles West,
  • on Alness Street at Flint Road, across from Dolomite Drive and at Brisbane Road and Finch Avenue West,
  • on Alness Street across from Champagne Drive and Vanley Court [north], beside #4420 Chesswood, across from Vanley Court [south] and beside #4050 Chesswood,
  • on Steeprock Drive beyond Chesswood Drive and at Whitehorse Road,
  • on Whitehorse Road across from Rimrock Road,
  • on Kodiak Crescent beside #44 Kodiak, across from #23 Kodiak and at Sheppard Avenue West and
  • in Sheppard West Station bus terminal.

Northbound route 107A buses lay over (or pause) on Petrolia Road at Steeles Avenue West, before continuing southward.

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^ Map of the 107 York University Heights route, starting Sunday, May 9.

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107B branch

Buses start their trips in Sheppard West Station bus terminal, then proceed:

westward along Sheppard Avenue West;
north- and westward along Kodiak Crescent;
northward along Whitehorse Road;
westward along Steeprock Road;
northward along Chesswood Drive;
east- and northward along Champagne Drive;
northward along Alness Street;
westward along Steeles Avenue West;
southward along Petrolia Road;
westward along Canartic Drive;
southward along Keele Street;
eastward along LePage Court;
southward along Ceramic Road;
eastward along St. Regis Crescent North;
southward along Bakersfield Street;
westward along St. Regis Crescent South;
southward along Tuscan Gate;
eastward along Sheppard Avenue West; and then
southward into Sheppard West Station bus terminal,
ending their trips.

Buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • on Whitehorse Road at Rimrock Road and Steeprock Drive,
  • on Steeprock Drive at Chesswood Drive,
  • on Chesswood Drive beside #4069 Chesswood, at Vanley Crescent [south], besdie #4375 Chesswood and at Vanley Crescent [north] and Champagne Drive,
  • on Champagne Drive at Finch Avenue West,
  • on Alness Street beyond Brisbane Road, at Dolomite Drive and across from Flint Road,
  • on Steeles Avenue West beside #1900 Steeles West,
  • on Petrolia Road beyond Steeles Avenue West and at Wildcat Road and Canartic Drive,
  • on Canartic Drive at Keele Street,
  • on Keele Street beyond The Pond Road, at Murray Ross Parkway and Finch Avenue West (beside Finch West Station) and across from Toro Road,
  • on LePage Court beyond Keele Street, beside #25 LePage and at Ceramic Road,
  • on Ceramic Road at Ashwarren Road,
  • on St. Regis Crescent North across from Ceramic Road and at Bakersfield Street,
  • on St. Regis Crescent South beyond Bakersfield Street,
  • on Tuscan Gate beyond St. Regis Crescent South and at Sheppard Avenue West,
  • on Sheppard Avenue West at Vitti Street, Chesswood Drive and Yukon Lane and
  • in Sheppard West Station bus terminal.

Northbound route 107B buses lay over (or pause) on Petrolia Road beyond Steeles Avenue West, before continuing southward.

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Early mornings before about 6 a.m., buses along both branches operate to and from Wilson Station bus terminal, to improve passenger connections to buses along the 329 Dufferin and 396 Wilson overnight routes.

After leaving Sheppard West Station terminal, southbound buses proceed:

westward along Sheppard Avenue West;
southward along William R. Allen Road;
west- and southward along Transit Road; and then
eastward into Wilson Station bus terminal.

Southbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • in Sheppard West Station bus terminal,
  • on William R. Allen Road beyond Sheppard Avenue West,
  • on Transit Road north of Wilson Avenue and
  • in Wilson Station bus terminal.

Northbound buses reverse the southbound detour routing.

Northbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • in Wilson Station bus terminal,
  • on Transit Road beyond Wilson Avenue,
  • on William R. Allen Road at Sheppard Avenue West and
  • in Sheppard West Station bus terminal.

The TTC is also increasing service hours along part of the route and increasing and decreasing the frequency of service along different parts of the route.

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Cancelling routes


117 Alness - Chesswood

Friday, May 7 was the last day that the TTC operated buses along the route. Instead, starting Sunday, May 9, it introduces the new 107 York University Heights route to replace most service along former route 117.

Southbound buses along the 117 Alness-Chesswood route no longer drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • on Gerry Fitzgerald Drive at Steeles Avenue West,
  • on Steeles Avenue West beside #1750 Steeles West,
  • on Alness Street at Flint Road and across from Dolomite Drive,
  • on Supertest Road beside #660 Supertest,
  • on Alness Street at Brisbane Road and Finch Avenue West,
  • on Chesswood Drive across from Champagne Drive and Vanley Court [north], beside #4420 Chesswood, across from Vanley Court [south] and beside #4050 Chesswood,
  • on Steeprock Drive beyond Chesswood Drive and at Whitehorse Road,
  • on Whitehorse Road across from Rimrock Road,
  • on Kodiak Crescent beside #44 Kodiak, across from #23 Kodiak and at Sheppard Avenue West and
  • in Sheppard West Station bus terminal.

TTC buses along other routes continue to serve passengers at these stops.

  • Gerry Fitzgerald: 105 Dufferin North.
  • Steeles West: 60A / 60B / 60 Steeles West.
  • Alness; Chesswood; Steeprock; Whithorse; Kodiak: 107A York University Heights via Keele.
  • Sheppard West Station: 84A / 84C / 84D Sheppard West; 101 Downsview Park; 104 Faywood; 105 Dufferin North; 106 Sentinel; 107A / 107B York University Heights; 108A / 108B Driftwood; 984 Sheppard West express.

The TTC no longer serves passengers at the stop on Supertest Road.

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^ Map of the 117 Alness - Chesswood route until Friday, May 7.

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Northbound buses along the 117 Alness-Chesswood route no longer drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • in Sheppard West Station bus terminal,
  • on Sheppard Avenue West west of William R. Allen Road and at Kodiak Crescent,
  • on Kodiak Crescent beside #23 Kodiak and at Whitehorse Road,
  • on Whitehorse Road at Rimrock Road and Steeprock Drive,
  • on Steeprock Drive at Chesswood Drive,
  • on Chesswood Drive beside #4069 Chesswood, at Vanley Crescent [south], beside #4375 Chesswood and at Vanley Crescent [north] and Champagne Drive.
  • on Champagne Drive at Finch Avenue West,
  • on Alness Street beyond Brisbane Road,
  • on Supertest Road across from #660 Supertest,
  • on Alness Street at Dolomite Drive and across from Flint Road,
  • on Steeles Avenue West beyond Alness Street, beside #2215 Steeles West and at Gerry Fitzgerald Drive and Dufferin Street and
  • on Gerry Fitzgerald Drive beyond Dufferin Street and at Steeles Avenue West.

TTC buses along other routes continue to serve passengers at these stops.

  • Sheppard West Station: 84A / 84C / 84D Sheppard West; 101 Downsview Park; 104 Faywood; 105 Dufferin North; 106 Sentinel; 107A / 107B York University Heights; 108A / 108B Driftwood; 984 Sheppard West express.
  • Sheppard West: 84A / 84C / 84D Sheppard West; 101 Downsview Park; 106 Sentinel; 107A / 107B York University Heights; 108A / 108B Driftwood.
  • Kodiak, Whitehorse, Steeprock, Chesswood, Champagne, Alness: 107B York University Heights via Alness.
  • Steeles West: 60A / 60B / 60 Steeles West.
  • Gerry Fitzgerald: 105 Dufferin North.

The TTC no longer serves passengers at the stop on Supertest Road.

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107 St Regis

Friday, May 7 was the last day that the TTC operated buses along the route. Instead, starting Sunday, May 9, it introduces the new 107 York University Heights route to replace most service along former route 117.

Southbound buses along the 107 St Regis route no longer drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • in Pioneer Village Station bus terminal,
  • on Steeles Avenue West across from 2700 Steeles West, east of Founders Road and Keele Street and at Petrolia Road,
  • on Petrolia Road beyond Steeles Avenue West and at Wildcat Road and Canartic Drive,
  • on Canartic Drive at Keele Street,
  • on Keele Street beyond The Pond Road, at Murray Ross Parkway and Finch Avenue West (beside Finch West Station) and across from Toro Road,
  • on LePage Court beyond Keele Street, beside #25 LePage and at Ceramic Road,
  • on Ceramic Road at Ashwarren Road,
  • on St. Regis Crescent North across from Ceramic Road and at Bakersfield Street,
  • on St. Regis Crescent South beyond Bakersfield Street,
  • on Tuscan Gate beyond St. Regis Crescent South and at Sheppard Avenue West,
  • on Sheppard Avenue West at Vitti Street, Chesswood Drive and Yukon Lane and
  • in Sheppard West Station bus terminal.

TTC buses along other routes continue to serve passengers at these stops.

  • Pioneer Village Station terminal: 35A / 35B Jane; 41 Keele; 60A / 60B / 60D Steeles West; 84D Sheppard West via Oakdale; 106 Sentinel; 108A / 108B Driftwood; 935 Jane express; 960 Steeles West express.
  • Steeles West: 60A / 60B / 60D Steeles West.
  • Petrolia, Canartic: 107B York University Heights via Alness.
  • Keele at Pond, Murray Ross: 107B York University Heights via Alness.
  • Keele at Finch: 36A / 36D / 36F Finch West; 41 Keele; 107B York University Heights via Alness; 941 Keele express.
  • Keele at Toro: 41 Keele; 107B York University Heights via Alness.
  • LePage, Ceramic, St Regis North, Bakersfield, St Regis South, Tuscan: 107B York University Heights via Alness.
  • Sheppard West at Vitti: 84A / 84C / 84D Sheppard West; 107B York University Heights via Alness; 984 Sheppard West express.
  • Sheppard West at Chesswood and Yukon: 84A / 84C / 84D Sheppard West; 107B York University Heights via Alness.
  • Sheppard West Station: 84A / 84C / 84D Sheppard West; 101 Downsview Park; 104 Faywood; 105 Dufferin North; 106 Sentinel; 107A / 107B York University Heights; 108A / 108B Driftwood; 984 Sheppard West express.

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^ Map of the 107 St Regis route until Saturday, May 8.

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Northbound buses along the 107 St Regis route no longer drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • in Sheppard West Station bus terminal,
  • on Sheppard Avenue West at William R. Allen Road, beyond William R. Allen Road, at Kodiak Crescent [south and north] and at Chesswood Drive, Bakersfield Street and Tuscan Gate,
  • on Tuscan Gate at St. Regis Crescent South,
  • on St. Regis Crescent South at Bakersfield Street,
  • on St. Regis Crescent North beyond Bakersfield Street and at Ceramic Road,
  • on Ceramic Road at Ashwarren Road and LePage Court,
  • on LePage Court beside #22 LePage and at Keele Street,
  • on Keele Street at Toro Road, beyond Finch Avenue West (beside Finch West Station), at Four Winds Drive, The Pond Road and Canartic Drive,
  • on Canartic Drive at Petrolia Road,
  • on Petrolia Road at Wildcat Road and Steeles Avenue West,
  • on Steeles Avenue West at Keele Street, across from Founders Road and beside #2700 Steeles West and
  • in Pioneer Village Station bus terminal.

TTC buses along other routes continue to serve passengers at these stops.

  • Sheppard West Station: 84A / 84C / 84D Sheppard West; 101 Downsview Park; 104 Faywood; 105 Dufferin North; 106 Sentinel; 107A / 107B York University Heights; 108A / 108B Driftwood; 984 Sheppard West express.
  • Sheppard West at Allen, Kodiak and Chesswood: 84A / 84C / 84D Sheppard West; 101 Downsview Park; 106 Sentinel; 107A / 107B York University Heights; 108A / 108B Driftwood.
  • Sheppard West at Bakersfield: 84A / 84C / 84D Sheppard West; 101 Downsview Park; 106 Sentinel; 107A York University Heights via Keele; 108A / 108B Driftwood; 984 Sheppard West express.
  • Sheppard West at Tuscan: 84A / 84C / 84D Sheppard West; 101 Downsview Park; 106 Sentinel; 107A York University Heights via Keele; 108A / 108B Driftwood.
  • Tuscan; St Regis South; Bakersfield; St Regis North; Ceramic; LePage: 107A York University Heights via Keele.
  • Keele at Toro: 41 Keele; 107A York University Heights via Keele.
  • Keele at Finch West: 41 Keele; 107A York University Heights via Keele; 941 Keele express.
  • Keele at Four Winds: 41 Keele; 107A York University Heights via Keele.
  • Keele at The Pond, Canartic: 107A York University Heights via Keele.
  • Canartic; Petrolia: 107A York University Heights via Keele.
  • Steeles West at Keele: 60A / 60B / 60D Steeles West; 960 Steeles West express.
  • Steeles West at Founders, #2700: 60A / 60B / 60D Steeles West.
  • Pioneer Village Station terminal: 35A / 35B Jane; 41 Keele; 60A / 60B / 60D Steeles West; 84D Sheppard West via Oakdale; 106 Sentinel; 108A / 108B Driftwood; 935 Jane express; 960 Steeles West express.

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Introducing new branches of routes


905 Eglinton East express

Starting Monday, May 10, the TTC extends the path beyond the University of Toronto’s Scarborough campus, so that buses operate to and from Conlins Road. By extending the route, the TTC replaces service along the former 116A branch of the 116 Morningside route.

The TTC designates buses starting and ending their trips on the campus as operating along the 905 branch of the route. It designates buses serving the Conlins Road area as operating along the 905A branch of the route.

Buses operate along the 903 branch Saturdays, Sundays and holidays before about 7 p.m. Buses operate along the 903A branch Mondays to Fridays before about 10 p.m.

The TTC is also increasing and decreasing the frequency of service along parts of the route Mondays to Fridays.

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^ *Map of the 905 Eglinton East express route, starting Monday, May 10.

121 Fort York - Esplanade

More passengers travel to and from Cherry Beach and Ontario Place / Trillium during spring and summer. Starting Sunday, May 9, the TTC is extending service to the attractions during most times, except overnight. All buses operate along the seasonal 121D (Ontario Place - Cherry Beach) branch. The TTC is temporarily cancelling service along the regular 121A (Princes’ Gate - Distillery) branch of the route.

The TTC is also decreasing the frequency of service along the route.

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^ Map of the 121 Fort York - Esplanade routes, showing seasonal extensions.

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Cancelling branches of routes


121 Fort York - Esplanade

More passengers travel to and from Cherry Beach and Ontario Place / Trillium during spring and summer. Starting Sunday, May 9, the TTC is extending service to the attractions during most times, except overnight. All buses operate along the seasonal 121D (Ontario Place - Cherry Beach) branch. Saturday, May 8 is the last day until fall that buses operate along the regular 121A (Princes’ Gate - Distillery) branch of the route.

The TTC is also decreasing the frequency of service along the route.

116 Morningside (Conlins - Kennedy Stn via Ellesmere)

Friday, May 7 was the last day that buses operate along the branch.

Starting Monday, May 10, the TTC revises the path for buses along route 116, so that they no longer operate to and from the Conlins Road area. Instead, the TTC extends the path for buses along the 905 Eglinton East express route to operate to and from Conlins Road Mondays to Fridays before about 10 p.m.

Also, the TTC no longer designates service to and from Finch East as the 116C branch of the route - the route has no branches, so the transit agency identifies all trips along the route simply as 116.

The TTC is also increasing the frequency of service along the route.

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927 Highway 27 express

Friday, May 7 is the last day until September that the TTC operates buses along the 927A branch, offering direct service between Humber College Terminal and Kipling Station Monday-to- Friday mid-mornings.

Service along the branch likely resumes Tuesday, September 7.

The TTC is also decreasing service along the route and increasing and decreasing the frequency of service along the route.

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Increasing service along routes


905 Eglinton East express

The TTC is extending the path for buses along the route so that they operate beyond the University of Toronto’s Scarborough campus to and from the Conlins Road area. Buses operate along the extended path Mondays to Fridays before about 10 p.m. Buses start and end their trips on the campus Saturdays, Sundays and holidays before about 7 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, westbound buses pick up passengers at new stops (for this route)

  • on Morrish Road at Ellesmere Road and
  • on Ellesmere Road at Calverley Trail, Highland Creek Park, Calthorpe Avenue and Conlins Road.

Eastbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at new stops (for this route)

  • on Ellesmere Road at Mirrow Court,
  • on Conlins Road across from Challenger Court [north],
  • on Cranbrook Road beyond Conlins Road and Calverley Trail [west] and across from Halfmoon Square and Charcoal Drive [west] and
  • on Morrish Road at Grantown Avenue and Ellesmere Road.

The TTC is also introducing new branches of the route and increasing and decreasing the frequency of service along parts of the route Mondays to Fridays.

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121 Fort York - Esplanade

More passengers travel to and from Cherry Beach and Ontario Place during spring and summer. The TTC is extending service — to the beach in the east end of the route and to Ontario Place in the west end — every day.

Starting Sunday, May 9, westbound buses again drop off or pick up passengers at seasonal stops

  • in Cherry Beach Loop and
  • on Cherry Street north of Unwin Avenue, across from Polson Street and at Commissioners Street, at Villiers Street and Lake Shore Boulevard East and
  • on Remembrance Drive west of Ontario Place Boulevard and at the Ontario Place central entrance.

Eastbound buses again drop off or pick up passengers at seasonal stops

  • on Remembrance Drive at the Ontario Place central entrance,
  • on Cherry Street beyond Mill Street and Lake Shore Boulevard East, across from Villiers and Commissioners Streets, beyond Polson Street and at Unwin Avenue and
  • in Cherry Beach Loop.

The TTC is also decreasing the frequency of service along the route.

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119 Torbarrie

Starting Monday, May 10, the TTC introduces Monday-to-Friday midday service along the route. The TTC explains, “New midday service… increases service on Wilson Avenue and… [reduces] crowding for [passengers].

With this change, buses buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • every 20 minutes during morning rush hours;
  • every 30 minutes from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; and
  • every 25 minutes during afternoon rush hours.

Buses serve passengers at stops on Clayson and Bartor Roads first, then stops on Torbarrie and Jethro Roads before noon. They serve stops on Jethro and Torbarrie first, then stops on Bartor and Clayson after noon.

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924 Victoria Park express

For the first time since March, 2020, the TTC is restoring service along the route Mondays to Fridays during rush hours.

Route 924 buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • every 9½ minutes.

Combining local service along the 24A / 24B Victoria Park route with express service along the 924 Victoria Park express route, passengers benefit from more frequent service.

At all route 924 stops, buses along both routes drop off or pick up passengers

  • every 4 minutes 15 seconds or better.

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989 Weston express

For the first time since March, 2020, the TTC is restoring service along the route Mondays to Fridays during rush hours.

Route 924 buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • every 14½ minutes during morning rush hours; and
  • every 13½ minutes during afternoon rush hours.

Combining local service along the 89 Weston route with express service along the 989 Weston express route, passengers benefit from more frequent service.

At all route 989 stops, buses along both routes drop off or pick up passengers

  • every 6 minutes 7 seconds during morning rush hours; and
  • every 8 minutes during afternoon rush hours.

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107 York University Heights

Starting Sunday, May 9, the TTC is introducing this new route, replacing current service along the 107 St Regis and 117 Alness - Chesswood routes.

Buses along the new 107 York University Heights route operate with the same hours of service as buses along the former 107 St Regis route, meaning during all time periods, except early Sunday mornings before 8 a.m. and overnight.

Since buses along the former 117 Alness - Chesswood route only operated Mondays to Fridays before about 10 p.m., passengers travelling to and from former route 117 stops benefit from new service hours - Mondays to Fridays after about 10 p.m. and all day Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

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Decreasing service along routes


121 Fort York - Esplanade

More passengers travel to and from Cherry Beach and Ontario Place during spring and summer. The TTC is extending service — to the beach in the east end of the route and to Ontario Place in the west end — every day.

Starting Sunday, May 9, eastbound buses no longer drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • in Princes’ Gate Loop and
  • on Mill Street [westbound] beyond CherryStreet.

Westbound buses no longer drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • on Princes’ Boulevard at Strachan Avenue and
  • in Princes’ Gate Loop.

The TTC is also decreasing the frequency of service along the route.

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927 Highway 27 express

Friday, May 7 is the last day until September that the TTC operates buses along the 927A branch, offering direct service between Humber College Terminal and Kipling Station Monday-to- Friday mid-mornings. By cancelling the branch, it’s also cancelling six round trips between the two terminal.

Service along the branch likely resumes Tuesday, September 7.

The TTC is also increasing and decreasing the frequency of service along the route.

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116 Morningside

The TTC is [revising the path[ so that buses no longer operate to and from the Conlins Road area. Instead, starting Monday, May 10, the TTC extends the path for buses along the 905 Eglinton East express route to operate to and from Conlins Road Mondays to Fridays before about 10 p.m.

Southbound route 116 buses no longer drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • on Morrish Road at Ellesmere Road,
  • on Ellesmere Road at Calverley Trail, Highland Creek Park, Calthorpe Avenue and Conlins Road and
  • on Military Trail at Pan-Am Drive.

Buses along other routes start, or continue, to drop off or pick up passengers at these stops:

  • Morrish: 905A Eglinton East express.
  • Ellesmere: 95B York Mills; 905A Eglinton East express.
  • Military: 12D Kingston Rd; 905A Eglinton East express.

Northbound route 116 buses no longer serve passengers at stops

  • on Ellesmere Road at Military Trail [east] and Mirrow Court,
  • on Conlins Road across from Challenger Court [north],
  • on Cranbrook Road beyond Conlins Road and Calverley Trail [west] and across from Halfmoon Square and Charcoal Drive [west] and
  • on Morrish Road at Grantown Avenue and Ellesmere Road.

Buses along other routes start, or continue, to drop off or pick up passengers at these stops:

  • Ellesmere at Military: 38 Highland Creek; 95B York Mills; 905A Eglinton East express.
  • Ellesmere at Mirrow: 905A Eglinton East express.
  • Conlins, Cranbrook, Morrish: 905A Eglinton East express.

The TTC is also cancelling a branch of the route and increasing the frequency of service along the route.

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510 Spadina

Friday, May 7 is the last day (for now) that streetcars operate along the route between Union Station and Spadina / Queens Quay Loop.

Starting Sunday, May 9 streetcars along route 510 only operate east of Spadina / Queens Quay Loop Saturdays, Sundays and holiday. Starting Monday, May 10, the cars only operate between Spadina Station and Spadina / Queens Quay Loop Mondays to Fridays.

Eastbound Route 510 cars no longer drop off or pick up passengers at stops Mondays to Fridays

  • on Queens Quay West at Rees Street and beside Harbourfront Centre and
  • in the Bay streetcar tunnel
  • in Queens Quay Station and
  • in Union Station.

Westbound route 510 cars no longer serve passengers at stops Mondays to Fridays

  • in the Bay streetcar tunnel
  • in Union Station and
  • in Queens Quay Station and
  • on Queens Quay West beyond York and Rees Streets and
  • on Lower Spadina Avenue at Lake Shore Boulevard West.

Streetcars along the 509 Harbourfront route continue to serve passengers at all these stops Mondays to Fridays. Streetcars along both routes 509 and 510 continue to serve the stops Saturdays, Sundays and holidays,

With the shorter path, the TTC is able to increase the frequency of service along the route Mondays to Fridays.

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Increasing the frequency of service along routes


506 Carlton

The TTC is decreasing the frequency of service along the route west of Broadview Avenue Saturdays.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses drop off or pick up passengers at the stops

  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 8 minutes, before about 8 a.m.

The TTC is also decreasing the frequency of service along the entire route during most times of the week.

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127 Davenport

The TTC is adjusting the schedules for buses along the route, it says, “to improve service reliability and better reflect observed operating conditions.” By adjusting the schedules, it’s increasing and decreasing the frequency of service during different time periods.

Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 22 minutes, instead of every 22½ minutes, Sundays and holidays from about 8 a.m. until noon; and
  • every 19 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, after about 7 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses serve passengers at the stops:

  • every 21 minutes, instead of every 22½ minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours; and
  • every 19 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers:

  • every 18 minutes, instead of every 22½ minutes, Saturdays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 22 minutes, instead of every 22½ minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 19 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

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23 Dawes

The TTC is increasing the frequency of service along the route Mondays to Fridays.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 11 minutes, instead of every 11 minutes 20 seconds, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; and
  • every 11 minutes, instead of every 11 minutes 20 seconds, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

The TTC is also decreasing the frequency of service along the route during other time periods.

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29 Dufferin

The TTC is adjusting the schedules for buses along the route, it says, “to improve service reliability and better reflect observed operating conditions.” By adjusting the schedules, it’s increasing and decreasing the frequency of service along the route during various time periods.

Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 6½ minutes, instead of every 6 minutes 45 seconds, Sundays and holidays from about 8 a.m. until noon; and
  • every 4 minutes, instead of every 4 minutes 15 seconds, from about noon until 7 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses serve passengers at stops:

  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 7 minutes 45 seconds, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers:

  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 8 minutes 45 seconds, Saturdays from about 7 until 10 p.m.

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929 Dufferin express

The TTC is adjusting the schedules for buses along the route, it says, “to improve service reliability.” By adjusting the schedules, it’s increasing and decreasing the frequency of service along the route during various time periods.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 9 minutes 45 seconds, instead of every 10 minutes, Mondays to Fridays from about 9 a.m. until 7 p.m.

Combining local service along the 29 Dufferin route with express service along the 929 Dufferin express route, passengers benefit even from more frequent service.

At all route 929 stops, buses along both routes drop off or pick up passengers:

  • every 4 minutes during morning rush hours;
  • every 5 minutes 15 seconds from about 9 a.m. until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 5 minutes from about 7 until 10 p.m.

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505 Dundas

The TTC is temporarily shortening the path for streetcars along the route to accommodate upcoming water-main construction on Broadview Avenue.

The shorter path allows the TTC to increase the frequency of service along the route during most times of the week.

Starting Sunday, May 9, streetcars drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 9½ minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, Sundays and holidays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 7 minutes 45 seconds, instead of every 8 minutes, from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 7 minutes, instead of every 7 minutes 10 seconds, from about noon until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 9½ minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, the cars serve passengers at stops:

  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 8 minutes 40 seconds, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 9 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 7 minutes 45 seconds, during afternoon rush hours; and
  • every 9½ minutes, instead of every 9 minutes 45 seconds, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, the cars serve passengers:

  • every 9½ minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, Saturdays before about 8 a.m.; and
  • every 7 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 7 minutes 45 seconds, from about 8 a.m. until noon.

The TTC is also decreasing the frequency of service during another time of the week.

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26 Dupont

The TTC is adjusting the schedules for buses along the route, it says, “to improve service reliability and better reflect observed operating conditions.” By adjusting the schedules, it’s increasing and decreasing the frequency of service along the route during various time periods.

Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 23 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, Sundays and holidays before about 8 a.m.; and
  • every 24 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses serve passengers at stops:

  • every 24 minutes, instead of every 26 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours; and
  • every 22 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers:

  • every 23 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, Saturdays before about 8 a.m.; and
  • every 22 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

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34 Eglinton East

The TTC is adjusting the schedules for buses along the route “to help improve service reliability”. By adjusting the schedules, it increases and decreases the frequency of service along parts of the route during various time periods.

Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops south of Don Mills Road / Eglinton Avenue East:

  • every 20 minutes, instead of every 21 minutes, Sundays and holidays after about 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, the buses serve passengers at the stops:

  • every 20 minutes, instead of every 22 minutes, Mondays to Fridays after about 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, the buses serve passengers:

  • every 17 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, Saturdays from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 20 minutes, instead of every 21 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops west of Don Mills / Eglinton East:

  • every 7 minutes 45 seconds, instead of every 7 minutes 52 seconds, Sundays and holidays after about 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, the buses serve passengers at the stops:

  • every 7 minutes, instead of every 6 minutes 45 seconds, Saturdays from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 7 minutes 45 seconds, instead of every 7 minutes 52 seconds, after about 10 p.m.

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905 Eglinton East express

The TTC is extending the path so that buses operate beyond the University of Toronto’s Scarborough campus to the Conlins Road area. Buses along the extended path replace previous service along the 116A branch of the 116 Morningside route.

By adjusting the schedules to accommodate the longer path, the TTC also increases and decreases the frequency of service along parts of the route Mondays to Fridays.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at former route 116A stops

  • every 9 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 26 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 24 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 26 minutes, during afternoon rush hours; and
  • every 11 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

The buses serve passengers at stops south and west of U of T Scarborough:

  • every 9 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 10 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours; and
  • every 11 minutes, instead of every 12 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

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32 Eglinton West

Metrolinx construction for the Eglinton Crosstown light rail transit line ends at Eglinton West Station. The TTC is adjusting the schedules to account for this change and re-allocating resources to demand-responsive services.

By adjusting the schedules, the TTC increases and decreases the frequency of service along parts of the route during various times of the week.


Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops west of Eglinton Avenue West / Weston Road:

  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes 4 seconds, Mondays to Fridays during afternoon rush hours; and
  • every 13½ minutes, instead of every 13 minutes 45 seconds, after about 10 p.m.

The buses serve passengers at stops on Emmet Avenue:

  • every 20 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, Mondays to Fridays after about 7 p.m.

The buses serve passengers at stops between Weston Road and Trethewey Drive / Keele Street:

  • every 8 minutes 22 seconds, instead of every 10 minutes 55 seconds, Mondays to Fridays from about 7 until 10 p.m.

They serve passengers at stops on Trethewey Drive:

  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 11 minutes 5 seconds, Mondays to Fridays during afternoon rush hour.

They serve passengers at stops between Trethewey / Keele and Eglinton West Station:

  • every 3 minutes 20 seconds, instead of every 3 minutes 20 seconds, Mondays to Fridays during afternoon rush hours; and
  • every 5 minutes 2 seconds, instead of every 5 minutes 10 seconds, after about 10 p.m.

They serve passengers between Eglinton West and Eglinton stations

  • every 5 minutes 24 seconds, instead of every 5 minutes 24 seconds, Mondays to Fridays during afternoon rush hours.

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14 Glencairn

The TTC is adjusting the schedules for buses along the route, it says, “to improve service reliability and better reflect observed operating conditions.” By adjusting the schedules, it’s increasing and decreasing the frequency of service along the route during various time periods.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 21 minutes, instead of every 24 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during afternoon rush hours.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers at stops:

  • every 23 minutes, instead of every 24 minutes, Saturdays from about 8 a.m. until noon.

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509 Harbourfront

May is usually when the TTC increases service along certain routes so that passengers can travel to summer attractions like beaches and parks. Although the pandemic lockdown continues, for now, the TTC is getting ready for more passengers travelling to Harbourfront and Exhibition Place during late spring and summer. It’s increasing the frequency of service along the route during all times Mondays to Fridays.

(Also note that the TTC is suspending Monday-to-Friday service to and from the waterfront along the 510 Spadina route.)

Starting Monday, May 10, streetcars drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 6 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 8 minutes 20 seconds, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours; and
  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 9½ minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 7 p.m.

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927 Highway 27 express

Since fewer passengers travel to and from Humber College’s North campus during late spring and summer, the TTC’s adjusting the schedules for buses along the route. By adjusting the schedules, it’s also increasing and decreasing the frequency of service along different parts of the route Mondays to Fridays.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops north of Humber College terminal:

  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, during morning rush hours; and
  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 9 minutes, during afternoon rush hours.

The TTC is also cancelling a branch of the route and decreasing service along the route.

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35 Jane

Responding to greater ridership along the route during the pandemic, the TTC is increasing the frequency of service Mondays to Fridays during rush hours.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops between Pioneer Village Station and Jane Street / Steeles Avenue West and between Jane / Yorkgate Boulevard / Stong Court and Jane Station:

  • every 4½ minutes, instead of every 5 minutes, during morning rush hours; and
  • every 5 minutes, instead of every 5½ minutes, during afternoon rush hours.

Between Jane / Steeles West and Jane / Yorkgate / Stong, the TTC splits the route into separate 35A and 35B branches. Buses serve passengers at unique stops along each of those branches:

  • every 9 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, during morning rush hours; and
  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 11 minutes, during afternoon rush hours.

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941 Keele express

The TTC is adjusting the schedules for buses along the route to “improve service reliability”. By adjusting the schedules, it’s increasing the frequency of service along the route Mondays to Fridays during rush hours.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 11 minutes, instead of every 11½ minutes.

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504 King

The TTC is temporarily shortening the path for streetcars along the route to maintain service during upcoming water-main construction on Broadview Avenue.

It’s also increasing the frequency of service along parts of the route during various time periods.


Starting Sunday, May 9, streetcars drop off or pick up passengers at Distillery Loop and stops on Cherry Street

  • every 9 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 15 minutes, Sundays and holidays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 4½ minutes, instead of every 9 minutes, from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 5 minutes, instead of every 9 minutes, from about noon until 7 p.m.;
  • every 6 minutes, instead of every 9½ minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 6 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 10 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, the cars serve passengers at the stops:

  • every 3½ minutes, instead of every 6 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 5 minutes, instead of every 7 minutes 45 seconds, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 4 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 7 minutes, during afternoon rush hours;
  • every 5 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 8½ minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 6 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, the cars serve passengers:

  • every 6 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 10 minutes, Saturdays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 5 minutes 45 seconds, instead of every 9 minutes, from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 5 minutes, instead of every 8 minutes 15 seconds, from about noon until 7 p.m.;
  • every 5½ minutes, instead of every 9 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 6 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

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Starting Sunday, May 9, buses and streetcars drop off or pick up passengers at stops on King Street East between Sumach and Parliament Streets:

  • every 4 minutes 3 seconds, instead of every 7 minutes, Sundays and holidays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 2 minutes 37 seconds, instead of every 4½ minutes, from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 2½ minutes, instead of every 4 minutes, from about noon until 7 p.m.;
  • every 3½ minutes, instead of every 4 minutes 45 seconds, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 3 minutes 37 seconds, instead of every 5 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, the vehicles serve passengers at the stops:

  • every minute 52 seconds, instead of every 3 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 2½ minutes, instead of every 4 minutes 52 seconds, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 2 minutes 3 seconds, instead of every 3½ minutes, during afternoon rush hours;
  • every 2 minutes 48 seconds, instead of every 4 minutes 15 seconds, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 3½ minutes, instead of every 5 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, the vehicles serve passengers:

  • every 3 minutes 3 seconds, instead of every 5 minutes, Saturdays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 3 minutes 55 seconds, instead of every 4½ minutes, from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 2½ minutes, instead of every 4 minutes 7 seconds, from about noon until 7 p.m.;
  • every 2 minutes 55 seconds, instead of every 4½ minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 3½ minutes, instead of every 5 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Streetcars along the 503 Kingston Rd route also serve passengers on this part of King Street East Mondays to Fridays before about 7 p.m.

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Starting Sunday, May 9, streetcars drop off or pick up passengers at Dufferin Gate Loop and stops on Dufferin Street

  • every 9 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 15 minutes, Sundays and holidays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 4½ minutes, instead of every 9 minutes, from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 5 minutes, instead of every 9 minutes, from about noon until 7 p.m.;
  • every 6 minutes, instead of every 9½ minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 6 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 10 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, the cars serve passengers at the stops:

  • every 3½ minutes, instead of every 6 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 5 minutes, instead of every 7 minutes 45 seconds, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 4 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 7 minutes, during afternoon rush hours;
  • every 5 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 8½ minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 6 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, the cars serve passengers:

  • every 6 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 10 minutes, Saturdays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 5 minutes 45 seconds, instead of every 9 minutes, from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 5 minutes, instead of every 8 minutes 15 seconds, from about noon until 7 p.m.;
  • every 5½ minutes, instead of every 9 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 6 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

The TTC is also decreasing the frequency of service along parts of the route during other time periods.

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102 Markham Rd

The TTC is temporarily suspending service along the 102A branch of the route (Progress - Warden Station) Mondays to Fridays before about 7 p.m. Passengers travelling to and from Centennial College’s Progress campus can board buses along the parallel 902 Markham Rd express route.

Instead, the transit agency is reallocating service to the 102B branch (Steeles - Warden Stn) to serve passengers travelling to and from the employment areas between Steeles and Sheppard Avenues East. By reallocating the service, the TTC increases and decreases the frequency of service along different parts of the route Mondays to Fridays.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops between Steeles East and Progress Avenue:

  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 23 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 22 minutes, during afternoon rush hours;
  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 9 minutes, instead of every 11 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Buses serve passengers at stops south of Progress Avenue:

  • every 5 minutes 27 seconds, instead of every 6 minutes 11 seconds, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 6 minutes 23 seconds, instead of every 7 minutes 20 seconds, after about 10 p.m.

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116 Morningside

Friday, May 7 was the last day that the TTC operated buses along the 116A branch of the route to and from Conlins Road. Starting Saturday, May 8, it revises the path for route 116 so that all buses operate along the entire route between Finch Avenue East and Kennedy Station during all times, except overnight.

The TTC also increases and decreases the frequency of service along different parts of the route Mondays to Fridays.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops north of Morningside Avenue / Ellesmere Road:

  • every 6½ minutes, instead of every 7 minutes 40 seconds, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 9 minutes, instead of every 11 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 7 minutes, instead of every 11½ minutes, during afternoon rush hours; and
  • every 9 minutes, instead of every 11 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

The TTC is also making another change to service along the route.

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63 Ossington

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is adjusting the schedules for buses along the route. By adjusting the schedules, it’s increasing and decreasing the frequency of service Mondays to Fridays.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops north of St Clair Avenue West:

  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 11 minutes 15 seconds, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; and
  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

The TTC is also making another change to service along the route.

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71 Runnymede

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is adjusting the schedules for buses along the route. By adjusting the schedules, it’s increasing and decreasing the frequency of service Mondays to Fridays.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 13 minutes, instead of every 13½ minutes, Mondays to Fridays from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; and
  • every 13 minutes, instead of every 13½ minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

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86 Scarborough

The TTC is adjusting the schedules for buses along the route. By adjusting the schedules, it increases and decreases the frequency of service along parts of the route during various time periods.


Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the entire route:

  • every 9 minutes, instead of every 9 minutes 15 seconds, late evenings after about 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses serve passengers at stops north of Highland Creek Village:

  • every 19 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours; and
  • every 15 minutes, instead of every 16 minutes, during afternoon rush hours.

Buses serve passengers at stops between Highland Creek Village and Kingston Road / Lawrence Avenue East:

  • every 6 minutes 52 seconds, instead of every 7 minutes 37 seconds, during morning rush hours; and
  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 8 minutes, during afternoon rush hours.

Buses serve stops between Coronation Drive / Wallend Drive and Kingston / Lawrence East:

  • every 19 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, during morning rush hours; and
  • every 15 minutes, instead of every 16 minutes, during afternoon rush hours.

Buses serve stops west of Kingston / Lawrence East:

  • every 4 minutes 29 seconds, instead of every 4 minutes 36 seconds, during morning rush hours; and
  • every 5 minutes, instead of every 5 minutes 20 seconds, during afternoon rush hours.

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510 Spadina

The TTC is temporarily suspending service between Union Station and Spadina / Queens Quay Loop Mondays to Fridays.

With the shorter path, it’s able to increase the frequency of service to passengers travelling between Spadina Station and Spadina / Queens Quay Loop Mondays to Fridays.

Starting Monday, May 10, streetcars drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 5 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 7 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 6 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 7½ minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 5½ minutes, instead of every 7 minutes, during afternoon rush hours; and
  • every 8 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 7 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

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512 St Clair

The TTC is decreasing the frequency of Monday-to-Friday service along the route “to match demand”.

Starting Monday, May 10, streetcars drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 6 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 5 minutes, Mondays to Fridays before about 7 p.m.; and
  • every 8 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 7½ minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

The TTC is also making another change to service along the route.

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96 Wilson

Responding to greater ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is increasing the frequency of service along the route Mondays to Fridays during rush hours.

Buses along route 96 serve passengers on the separate 96A “to Carrier Dr via Kipling and John Garland” and 96B “to Humberline & Albion via Westhumber and Martin Grove” branches. They drop off or pick up passengers at common stops between Humber College Boulevard / Humberline Drive and John Garland Boulevard / Martin Grove Road and east of Kipling Avenue / Westhumber Boulevard / Brookmere Drive. They serve unique stops west of Humber College / Humberline and between Martin Grove / John Garland and Kipling / Westhumber / Brookmere.

Starting Monday, May 10 buses drop off or pick up passengers at unique stops:

  • every 17 minutes, instead of every 19 minutes, during morning rush hours; and
  • every 21 minutes, instead of every 25 minutes, during afternoon rush hours.

The buses serve passengers at common stops:

  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 9½ minutes, during morning rush hours; and
  • every 10½ minutes, instead of every 12 minutes, during afternoon rush hours.

The TTC is also adjusting the schedules for buses operating along the route.

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165 Weston Rd North

Responding to greater ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is increasing the frequency of service along the route Mondays to Fridays before about 7 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 5 minutes 45 seconds, instead of every 6 minutes, during morning rush hours;
  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 7 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; and
  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 8 minutes 45 seconds, during afternoon rush hours.

The TTC is also adjusting the schedules for buses operating along the route Monday-to-Friday evenings, buses also serve passengers

  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 10½ minutes, after about 10 p.m.

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92 Woodbine South

More passengers travel to and from Ashbridges Bay and Woodbine Beach Parks and other waterfront attractions during late spring and summer weekends. The TTC is increasing the frequency of service along the route Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 5 minutes, instead of every 12 minutes, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from about 8 a.m. until 7 p.m.;
  • every 7 minutes, instead of every 12 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Summer weekend service likely ends and regular service resumes Saturday, September 11.

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Line 1 Yonge - University subway

The TTC is decreasing the frequency of service along the line weekends so that service levels match demand.

Starting Sunday, May 9, trains drop off or pick up passengers in stations on the line:

  • every 6 minutes, instead of every 5 minutes, Sundays and holidays from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 5½ minutes, instead of every 4 minutes 20 seconds, from about noon until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 7 minutes, instead of every 5 minutes, after about 7 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, trains serve passengers in stations:

  • every 6 minutes, instead of every 5 minutes, Saturdays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 4 minutes 33 seconds, instead of every 3 minutes 41 seconds, from about 8 a.m. until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 7 minutes, instead of every 5 minutes, after about 7 p.m.

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107 York University Heights

Starting Sunday, May 9, the TTC is introducing this new route, replacing current service along the 107 St Regis and 117 Alness - Chesswood routes.

By combining the routes, the TTC increases and decreases the frequency of service along parts of the route during different times of the week.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at former route 107 St Regis stops:

  • every 24 minutes, instead of every 25 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during afternoon rush hours.

Note that smart commuters travelling to the north end of the route from Sheppard West Station have the option of riding buses along either branch to reach their destination. That means that passengers aboard buses along the route receive more frequent service than they did previously. With that scenario, Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at most former route 107 St Regis stops:

  • every 23 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, Sundays and holidays from about 8 a.m. until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 25 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, after about 7 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses serve passengers at the stops:

  • every 12 minutes, instead of every 23 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 16 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; and
  • every 25 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, after about 7 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers:

  • every 20 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, Saturdays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 23 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, from about 8 a.m. until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 25 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, after about 7 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at most former route 117 Alness - Chesswood stops:

  • every 12 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 16 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 12 minutes, instead of every 13 minutes, during afternoon rush hours; and
  • every 25 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

The TTC is also increasing the service hours along part of the route.

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Decreasing the frequency of service along routes


900 Airport express

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is decreasing the frequency of service Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 8½ minutes, Sundays and holidays before about 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers at stops:

  • every 12 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, Saturdays.

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7 Bathurst

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is decreasing the frequency of service Mondays to Fridays.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 9 minutes 15 seconds, during morning rush hours;
  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 9½ minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 8 minutes 20 seconds, during afternoon rush hours;
  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 9½ minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

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6 Bay

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is decreasing the frequency of service Mondays to Fridays during rush hours.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 12 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, during morning rush hours; and
  • every 11 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, during afternoon rush hours.

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11 Bayview

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is decreasing the frequency of service Mondays to Fridays during rush hours.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route north of Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre:

  • every 21 minutes, instead of every 17 minutes 34 seconds, during morning rush hours; and
  • every 18 minutes, instead of every 17 minutes, during afternoon rush hours.

The buses serve passengers at stops south of Sunnybrook:

  • every 10½ minutes, instead of every 8 minutes 42 seconds, during morning rush hours; and
  • every 9 minutes, instead of every 8½ minutes, during afternoon rush hours.

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506 Carlton

With the end of construction in Main Street Station terminal and work to upgrade the overhead wiring east of Broadview Avenue, the TTC resumes streetcar service along the entire route.


Since streetcars carry more passengers than buses, the TTC is generally decreasing the frequency of service to stops east of Broadview during most times of the week.

Starting Sunday, May 9, streetcars drop off or pick up passengers at the stops:

  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 8 minutes 40 seconds, Sundays and holidays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 9 minutes 40 seconds, instead of every 8 minutes 15 seconds, from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 7 minutes 45 seconds, instead of every 5 minutes, from about noon until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 8 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, cars serve passengers at the stops:

  • every 7 minutes 50 seconds, instead of every 4 minutes 15 seconds, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 7 minutes 50 seconds, instead of every 5 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 4 minutes 45 seconds, during afternoon rush hours; and
  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 6 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, cars serve passengers: + every 8½ minutes, instead of every 9 minutes, Saturdays before about 8 a.m.; + every 8 minutes, instead of every 7 minutes 15 seconds, from about 8 a.m. until 7 p.m.; and + every 9 minutes, instead of every 8&frac12 minutes 15 seconds, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

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The TTC is also decreasing the frequency of service to passengers during various times at stops west of Broadview Avenue.

Starting Sunday, May 9, streetcars drop off or pick up passengers at the stops:

  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 8½ minutes, Sundays and holidays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 9 minutes 40 seconds, instead of every 8 minutes 45 seconds, from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 7 minutes 45 seconds, instead of every 7 minutes 15 seconds, from about noon until 7 p.m.;
  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 9 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 9½ minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, cars serve passengers at the stops:

  • every 7 minutes 50 seconds, instead of every 7 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 7 minutes 50 seconds, instead of every 7 minutes 15 seconds, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 8 minutes 15 seconds, during afternoon rush hours; and
  • every 9 minutes, instead of every 8½ minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, cars serve passengers:

  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 8 minutes, Saturdays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 7 minutes 15 seconds, from about 8 a.m. until 7 p.m.;
  • every 9 minutes, instead of every 8½ minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 9 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

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113 Danforth

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is decreasing the frequency of service Mondays to Fridays during rush hours.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 15 minutes, instead of every 12 minutes, during morning rush hours; and
  • every 14 minutes, instead of every 11 minutes, during afternoon rush hours.

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127 Davenport

The TTC is adjusting the schedules for buses along the route, it says, “to improve service reliability and better reflect observed operating conditions.” By adjusting the schedules, it’s increasing and decreasing the frequency of service during different time periods.

Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 24 minutes, instead of every 22½ minutes, Sundays and holidays from about noon until 7 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses buses serve passengers at stops

  • every 28 minutes, instead of every 22½ minutes, Mondays to Fridays from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 23 minutes, instead of every 22½ minutes, during afternoon rush hours; and
  • every 28 minutes, instead of every 22½ minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers:

  • every 25 minutes, instead of every 22½ minutes, Saturdays from about 8 a.m. until noon; and
  • every 30 minutes, instead of every 22½ minutes, from about noon until 7 p.m.

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23 Dawes

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is decreasing the frequency of service Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 7 minutes.

The TTC is also increasing the frequency of service during other time periods.

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29 Dufferin

The TTC is adjusting the schedules for buses along the route, it says, “to improve service reliability and better reflect observed operating conditions.” By adjusting the schedules, it’s increasing and decreasing the frequency of service along the route during various time periods.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 8 minutes, Mondays to Fridays from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 8½ minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers at stops:

  • every 9½ minutes, instead of every 8 minutes, Saturdays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 5 minutes 20 seconds, instead of every 5 minutes 15 seconds, from about 8 a.m. until noon; and
  • every 3 minutes 20 seconds, instead of every 3 minutes 15 seconds, from about noon until 7 p.m.

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929 Dufferin express

The TTC is adjusting the schedules for buses along the route, it says, “to improve service reliability.” By adjusting the schedules, it’s increasing and decreasing the frequency of service along the route during various time periods.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 9 minutes 45 seconds, instead of every 10 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 7 p.m.

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505 Dundas

The TTC is decreasing the frequency of service along the route early Monday-to-Friday evenings.

Starting Monday, May 10, streetcars drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 8 minutes 45 seconds, instead of every 8½ minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

The TTC is also increasing the frequency of service along the route during most other times of the week.

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26 Dupont

The TTC is adjusting the schedules for buses along the route, it says, “to improve service reliability and better reflect observed operating conditions.” By adjusting the schedules, it’s increasing and decreasing the frequency of service along the route during most time periods.

Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 26 minutes, instead of every 24 minutes, Sundays and holidays, from about 8 a.m. until noon; and
  • every 30 minutes, instead of every 24 minutes, from about noon until 7 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses serve passengers at stops:

  • every 30 minutes, instead of every 24 minutes, Mondays to Fridays from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 26 minutes, instead of every 24 minutes, during afternoon rush hours;
  • every 30 minutes, instead of every 24 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers:

  • every 30 minutes, instead of every 24 minutes, Saturdays from about 8 a.m. until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 26 minutes, instead of every 24 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

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34 Eglinton East

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is adjusting the schedules for buses along the route. It’s also adjusting the schedules “to help improve service reliability”. By adjusting the schedules, it increases and decreases the frequency of service along parts of the route during various time periods.


Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops east of Don Mills Road / Eglinton Avenue East:

  • every 11 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, Sundays and holidays from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 8 minutes 20 seconds, from about noon until 7 p.m.;
  • every 9½ minutes, instead of every 9 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 11 minutes, instead of every 10½ minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, the buses serve passengers at the stops:

  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 6 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 15 minutes, instead of every 12 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 6½ minutes, during afternoon rush hours;
  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 7 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 20 minutes, instead of every 11 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers:

  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 6 minutes 45 seconds, Saturdays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 7 minutes 52 seconds, instead of every 6½ minutes, from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 7 minutes 15 seconds, from about noon until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 11 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops south of Don Mills / Eglinton East:

  • every 18 minutes, instead of every 17 minutes, Sundays and holidays from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 18½ minutes, instead of every18 minutes, from about noon until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 17½ minutes, instead of every 17 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses serve passengers at the stops:

  • every 15 minutes, instead of every 12½ minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 15 minutes, instead of every 12 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; and
  • every 20 minutes, instead of every 16 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers:

  • every 16 minutes, instead of every 15 minutes, Saturdays before about 8 a.m.; and
  • every 18 minutes, instead of every 17 minutes, from about noon until 10 p.m.

Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops west of Don Mills / Eglinton East:

  • every 7 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 6 minutes 45 seconds, Sundays and holidays from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 6 minutes 45 seconds, instead of every 6 minutes 35 seconds, from about noon until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 6 minutes 45 seconds, instead of every 6 minutes 15 seconds from about 7 until 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses serve passengers at the stops:

  • every 5 minutes 37 seconds, instead of every 4 minutes 37 seconds, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 6 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 5 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 4 minutes 45 seconds, during afternoon rush hours; and
  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 5 minutes 45 seconds, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers:

  • every 6½ minutes, instead of every 6 minutes 15 seconds, Saturdays before about 8 a.m.; and
  • every 7 minutes 48 seconds, instead of every 6 minutes 45 seconds, from about 8 a.m. until noon.

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905 Eglinton East express

The TTC is extending the path so that buses operate beyond the University of Toronto’s Scarborough campus to the Conlins Road area.

By adjusting the schedules to accommodate the longer path, the TTC also increases and decreases the frequency of service along parts of the route Mondays to Fridays.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops south and west of U of T Scarborough:

  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 7 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.

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32 Eglinton West

Metrolinx construction for the Eglinton Crosstown light rail transit line ends at Eglinton West Station. The TTC is adjusting the schedules to account for this change and reducing service levels along the entire route to re-allocate resources to demand-responsive services.

By adjusting the schedules, the TTC increases and decreases the frequency of service along parts of the route during various times of the week.


Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops west of Weston Road:

  • every 12 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, Sundays and holidays from about 8 a.m. until 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses serve passengers at the stops:

  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 9 minutes 28 seconds, Mondays to Fridays before about 6 a.m.;
  • every 9½ minutes, instead of every 9 minutes 28 seconds, during morning rush hours; and
  • every 12 minutes, instead of every 11 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers:

  • every 12 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, Saturdays before about noon;
  • every 12 minutes, instead of every 9 minutes, from about noon until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 12 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, after about 7 p.m.

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Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on Emmet Avenue:

  • every 15 minutes, instead of every 13 minutes, Mondays to Fridays from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; and
  • every 9½ minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, during afternoon rush hours.

Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on between Weston Road and Trethewey Drive / Keele Street:

  • every 10½ minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, Sundays and holidays from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 7½ minutes, from about noon until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 10½ minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, the buses serve passengers at the stops:

  • every 5½ minutes, instead of every 5 minutes 19 seconds, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 6 minutes 45 seconds, instead of every 6 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; and
  • every 5 minutes, instead of every 4 minutes 53 seconds, during afternoon rush hours.

Starting Saturday, May 15, the buses serve passengers:

  • every 9 minutes, instead of every 8½ minutes, Saturdays before about noon;
  • every 9 minutes, instead of every 8 minutes 15 seconds, from about noon until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 10½ minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, after about 7 p.m.

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Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on Trethewey Drive:

  • every 12 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, Sundays and holidays from about 8 a.m. until 7 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses serve passengers at the stops:

  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 8½ minutes, Mondays to Fridays before about 6 a.m.;
  • every 9½ minutes, instead of every 8½ minutes, during morning rush hours;
  • every 12 minutes, instead of every 11 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 13 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 13½ minutes, instead of every 11 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers:

  • every 12 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, Saturdays before about noon;
  • every 12 minutes, instead of every 9 minutes, from about noon until 7 p.m.

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Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops between Trethewey Drive / Keele Streeet and Eglinton West Station:

  • every 5 minutes, instead of every 4 minutes 17 seconds, Sundays and holidays from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 4 minutes 37 seconds, instead of every 4 minutes, from about noon until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 6 minutes, instead of every 5 minutes 27 seconds, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses serve passengers at the stops:

  • every 3 minutes 22 seconds, instead of every 3 minutes 11 seconds, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours; and
  • every 4 minutes 54 seconds, instead of every 4 minutes 45 seconds, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers:

  • every 4 minutes 48 seconds, instead of every 4 minutes 8 seconds, Saturdays before about noon;
  • every 4 minutes 48 seconds, instead of every 3 minutes 47 seconds, from about noon until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 6 minutes, instead of every 5 minutes 27 seconds, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

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Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops between Eglinton West and Eglinton stations:

  • every 6 minutes, instead of every 5 minutes, Sundays and holidays from about 8 a.m. until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 7½ minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses serve passengers at the stops:

  • every 4 minutes 45 seconds, instead of every 4 minutes 28 seconds, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 6 minutes, instead of every 5½ minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 6½ minutes, instead of every 5 minutes 45 seconds, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 6 minutes 45 seconds, instead of every 6 minutes 11 seconds after about 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers:

  • every 6 minutes, instead of every 4½ minutes, Saturdays from about noon until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 7½ minutes, after about 7 p.m.

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100 Flemingdon Park

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is adjusting the schedules during various times Mondays to Fridays.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 5 minutes, instead of every 4 minutes 40 seconds, during morning rush hours; and
  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 7 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.

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121 Fort York - Esplanade

More passengers travel to and from Cherry Beach and Ontario Place during spring and summer. The TTC is operating more buses along the route to extend service to the two attractions every day.

To accommodate the longer route, the TTC is decreasing the frequency of service along the route during various times.

Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 20 minutes, instead of every 17 minutes, Sundays and holidays from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 18 minutes, instead of every 15 minutes, from about noon until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 22 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers at the stops:

  • every 20 minutes, instead of every 19 minutes, Saturdays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 22 minutes, instead of every 19 minutes, from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 20 minutes, instead of every 16 minutes, from about noon until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 22 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, after about 7 p.m.

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14 Glencairn

The TTC is adjusting the schedules for buses along the route, it says, “to improve service reliability and better reflect observed operating conditions.” By adjusting the schedules, it’s increasing and decreasing the frequency of service along the route during most time periods.

Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 22 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, Sundays and holidays from about 8 a.m. until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 21 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, after about 7 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, the buses serve passengers at stops:

  • every 22 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 26 minutes, instead of every 24 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 24 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 21 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers:

  • every 23 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, Saturdays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 22 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 21 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

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38 Highland Creek

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is decreasing the frequency of service early Monday-to-Friday evenings.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 11 minutes, instead of every 9 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

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927 Highway 27 express

Since fewer passengers travel to and from Humber College’s North campus during late spring and summer, the TTC’s adjusting the schedules for buses along the route. By adjusting the schedules, it’s also increasing and decreasing the frequency of service along different parts of the route Mondays to Fridays.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops south of Humber College terminal:

  • every 7 minutes, instead of every 5 minutes, during morning rush hours; and
  • every 4 minutes 52 seconds, instead of every 4½ minutes, during afternoon rush hours.

The TTC is also cancelling a branch of the route and decreasing service along the route.

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504 King

The TTC is temporarily shortening the path for streetcars along the route to maintain service during upcoming water-main construction on Broadview Avenue.

It’s also decreasing the frequency of service along parts of the route during various time periods.


Starting Sunday, May 9, streetcars drop off or pick up passengers at stops on King Streets East and West between Parliament Street and Strachan Avenue:

  • every 9 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 7 minutes, Sundays and holidays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 5 minutes, instead of every 4 minutes, from about noon until 7 p.m.;
  • every 6 minutes, instead of every 4½ minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 6 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 5 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, the cars serve passengers at the stops:

  • every 3½ minutes, instead of every 3 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 5 minutes, instead of every 4 minutes 37 seconds, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 4 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 3½ minutes, during afternoon rush hours;
  • every 5 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 4 minutes 15 seconds, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 4 minutes after 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, the cars serve passengers:

  • every 6 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 5 minutes, Saturdays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 5 minutes 45 seconds, instead of every 4½ minutes, from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 5 minutes, instead of every 4 minutes 7 seconds, from about noon until 7 p.m.;
  • every 5½ minutes, instead of every 4½ minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 6 minutes, instead of every 5 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Streetcars along the 501 Queen and 503 Kingston Rd route also serve passengers on this part of King Streets East and West between Parliament Street and Spadina Avenue. Route 501 cars operate during all time periods, except overnight. Route 503 cars operate only Mondays to Fridays before about 7 p.m.


The TTC is also increasing the frequency of service along parts of the route during other time periods.

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504G King shuttle bus (Dundas West Stn - Roncesvalles Carhouse)

The TTC decreases the frequency of service along the route during most time periods.

Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 9 minutes, Sundays and holidays before about 8 a.m.
  • every 7 minutes, instead of every 6½ minutes, from about noon until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 9 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses serve passengers at stops

  • every 5½ minutes, instead of every 5 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 7 minutes, instead of every 6½ minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 5½ minutes, instead of every 5 minutes, during afternoon rush hours;
  • every 7 minutes, instead of every 6½ minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 9½ minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers:

  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 9 minutes, Saturdays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 7 minutes, instead of every 6½ minutes, from about noon until 7 p.m. and;
  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 9½ minutes, after about 10 p.m.

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52 Lawrence West

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is decreasing the frequency of service Monday-to-Friday midday and late evenings.


Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops west of Toronto Pearson International Airport:

  • every 20 minutes, instead of every 17 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; and
  • every 24 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

The buses serve passengers at stops on Airport, Dixon and Scalett Roads between Pearson and Scarlett Road / Lawrence Avenue West:

  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 8½ minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; and
  • every 12 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

The buses serve passengers at stops on The Westway between Martin Grove and Royal York Roads:

  • every 20 minutes, instead of every 17 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.

The buses serve passengers at stops on Lawrence Avenue West **between Royal York and Scarlett Roads:

  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 8½ minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.

The buses serve passengers at stops on Lawrence Avenue West between Scarlett Road and Lawrence West Station:

  • every 5 minutes, instead of every 4 minutes 15 seconds, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; and
  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 6 minutes 40 seconds, after about 10 p.m.

And, the buses serve passengers at stops on Lawrence Avenue West **between Lawrence West and Lawrence stations:

  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 6 minutes 15 seconds, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; and
  • every 12 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

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102 Markham Rd

The TTC is temporarily suspending service along the 102A branch of the route (Progress - Warden Station) Mondays to Fridays before about 7 p.m. Passengers travelling to and from Centennial College’s Progress campus can board buses along the parallel 902 Markham Rd express route.

Instead, the transit agency is reallocating service to the 102B branch (Steeles - Warden Stn) to serve passengers travelling to and from the employment areas between Steeles and Sheppard Avenues East. By reallocating the service, the TTC increases and decreases the frequency of service along different parts of the route Mondays to Fridays.


Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops north of Steeles East:

  • every 24 minutes, instead of every 23 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours; and
  • every 24 minutes, instead of every 22 minutes, during afternoon rush hours.

Buses serve passengers at stops south of Progress Avenue:

  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 7 minutes 40 seconds, during morning rush hours;
  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 6 minutes 53 seconds, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; and
  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 7 minutes 20 seconds, during afternoon rush hours.

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129 McCowan North

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is adjusting the schedules for buses along the route. By adjusting the schedules, it’s increasing and decreasing the frequency of service Mondays to Fridays during various time periods.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops north of Steeles Avenue East:

  • every 22½ minutes, instead of every 18 minutes, during morning rush hours;
  • every 30 minutes, instead of every 25 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 19½ minutes, instead of every 16&frc12; minutes, during afternoon rush hours; and
  • every 32 minutes, instead of every 21 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

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116 Morningside

Friday, May 7 was the last day that the TTC operated buses along the 116A branch of the route to and from Conlins Road. Starting Saturday, May 8, all buses operate along the entire route between Finch Avenue East and Kennedy Station during all times, except overnight.

The TTC also increases and decreases the frequency of service along different parts of the route Mondays to Fridays.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops north of Morningside Avenue / Ellesmere Road:

  • every 11 minutes, instead of every 10½ minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses serve passengers at stops south of Morningside Avenue / Ellesmere Road:

  • every 6½ minutes, instead of every 5 minutes 55 seconds, during morning rush hours;
  • every 9 minutes, instead of every 7 minutes 33 seconds, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 7 minutes, instead of every 6 minutes 24 seconds, during afternoon rush hours; and
  • every 9 minutes, instead of every 7 minutes 6 seconds, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

The TTC is also making another change to service along the route.

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63 Ossington

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is adjusting the schedules for buses along the route. By adjusting the schedules, it’s increasing and decreasing the frequency of service Mondays to Fridays during various time periods.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops south of St Clair Avenue West:

  • every 5 minutes, instead of every 3 minutes 45 seconds, during morning rush hours;
  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 5 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; and
  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 5 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

The TTC is also making another change to service along the route.

66 Prince Edward

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is decreasing the frequency of service along the 66B branch of the route (Old Mill Stn - Lake Shore) Mondays to Fridays during rush hours.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops south of Berry Road / Park Lawn Road:

  • every 13 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours; and
  • every 14 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, during afternoon rush hours.

The buses serve passengers at stops west and north of Berry / Park Lawn:

  • every 8 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 7½ minutes, during morning rush hours; and
  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 7½ minutes, during afternoon rush hours.

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134 Progress

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is adjusting the schedules for buses along the route. By adjusting the schedules, it’s decreasing the frequency of service Mondays to Fridays.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops east and north of Centennial College’s Progress campus:

  • every 16 minutes, instead of every 13 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; and
  • every 14 minutes, instead of every 13½ minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

The buses serve passengers at stops west of Centennial College:

  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 5 minutes 45 seconds, eastbound during morning rush hours; and
  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 5 minutes 45 seconds, westbound during afternoon rush hours.

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501 Queen

The TTC is revising the path for streetcars along the route due to several construction projects on Queen Street. It’s also decreasing the frequency of service during most times of the week.

Starting Sunday, May 9, streetcars drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 9½ minutes, instead of every 9 minutes, Sundays and holidays from about 8 a.m. until noon; and
  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 7 minutes, from about noon until 7 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, cars serve passengers at stops

  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 7 minutes, Mondays to Fridays before about 3 p.m.;
  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 7½ minutes, during afternoon rush hours;
  • every 9 minutes, instead of every 8 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 9 minutes 45 seconds, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, cars serve passengers:

  • every 9½ minutes, instead of every 8½ minutes, Saturdays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 9½ minutes, instead of every 8 minutes, from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 7 minutes, from about noon until 7 p.m.;
  • every 9 minutes, instead of every 8 minutes 15 seconds, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 9½ minutes, after about 10 p.m.

The TTC is also adjusting the schedules for streetcars operating along the route.

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501L Queen / Long Branch shuttle buses
501P Queen / Park Lawn shuttle buses

The TTC is revising the paths for buses along the 501L and 501P shuttle-bus routes due to several construction projects on Queen Street. It’s also decreasing the frequency of service during most times of the week.

Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the routes west of The Queensway / Windermere Avenue:

  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 8½ minutes, Sundays and holidays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 6 minutes 40 seconds, from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 9 minutes, instead of every 7½ minutes, from about noon until 7 p.m.;
  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 7 minutes 15 seconds, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 9 minutes, instead of every 7½ minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses serve passengers at stops:

  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 6 minutes 15 seconds, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 9½ minutes, instead of every 8 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 7 minutes, during afternoon rush hours;
  • every 9½ minutes, instead of every 8 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 7 minutes, instead of every 6 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers:

  • every 9 minutes, instead of every 7 minutes 15 seconds, Saturdays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 9 minutes, instead of every 7 minutes 40 seconds, from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 6 minutes 45 seconds, from about noon until 7 p.m.;
  • every 7 minutes, instead of every 6 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 7 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the routes east of The Queensway / Windermere Avenue:

  • every 5 minutes, instead of every 4 minutes 15 seconds, Sundays and holidays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 4 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 3 minutes 20 seconds, from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 4½ minutes, instead of every 3 minutes 45 seconds, from about noon until 7 p.m.;
  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 7 minutes 15 seconds, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 9 minutes, instead of every 7½ minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses serve passengers at stops:

  • every 3 minutes 45 seconds, instead of every 3 minutes 7 seconds, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 2 minutes 22 seconds, instead of every 2 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 4 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 3½ minutes, during afternoon rush hours;
  • every 4 minutes 45 seconds, instead of every 4 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 7 minutes, instead of every 6 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers:

  • every 4½ minutes, instead of every 3 minutes 37 seconds, Saturdays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 4½ minutes, instead of every 3 minutes 50 seconds, from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 4 minutes, instead of every 3 minutes 22 seconds, from about noon until 7 p.m.;
  • every 7 minutes, instead of every 6 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 7 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

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109 Ranee

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is decreasing the frequency of service Monday-to-Friday during afternoon rush hours.

Buses along route 109 serve passengers on the separate 109B “via Flemington” and 109C “via Varna” branches. They drop off or pick up passengers at common stops, where buses serving both branches operate and at unique stops, where buses along just one of the branches operate. Common stops are north of Ranee Avenue / Varna Drive and south of Flemington Road / Varna Drive. Unique stops are between Ranee / Varna and Flemington / Varna.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers

  • every 25 minutes, instead of every 22 minutes, at unique stops; and
  • every 12½ minutes, instead of every 11 minutes, at common stops.
73 Royal York

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is decreasing the frequency of service Mondays to Fridays during various times.


Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops north of Oak Street Weston:

  • every 22 minutes, instead of every 17 minutes, during morning rush hours;
  • every 20 minutes, instead of every 17 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 30 minutes, instead of every 25 minutes, during afternoon rush hours; and
  • every 20 minutes, instead of every 17 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses serve passengers at stops between Oak and Eglinton Avenue West:

  • every 11 minutes, instead of every 8½ minutes, during morning rush hours;
  • every 20 minutes, instead of every 17 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 15 minutes, instead of every 12½ minutes, during afternoon rush hours; and
  • every 20 minutes, instead of every 17 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses serve passengers at stops south of Eglinton West:

  • every 10 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 9 minutes 37 seconds, during morning rush hours;
  • every 12½ minutes, instead of every 11 minutes 45 seconds, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 8 minutes, instead of every 5 minutes 48 seconds, during afternoon rush hours; and
  • every 12 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 8 minutes 15 seconds, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

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76 Royal York South

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is decreasing the frequency of service Mondays to Fridays.


Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops north of The Queensway:

  • every 5 minutes 41 seconds, instead of every 5 minutes, during morning rush hours;
  • every 9 minutes 4 seconds, instead of every 7½ minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; and
  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 6 minutes 14 seconds, during afternoon rush hours.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops south of The Queensway:

  • every 7 minutes, instead of every 6 minutes, during morning rush hours;
  • every 13 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; and
  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 8 minutes, during afternoon rush hours.

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71 Runnymede

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is adjusting the schedules for buses along the route. By adjusting the schedules, it’s increasing and decreasing the frequency of service Mondays to Fridays during rush hours.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 11 minutes, instead of every 9 minutes.

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86 Scarborough

The TTC is adjusting the schedules for buses along the route. By adjusting the schedules, it increases and decreases the frequency of service along parts of the route during various time periods.


Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the entire route:

  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 8 minutes, Sundays and holidays from about noon until 7 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses serve passengers at the stops

  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 9½ minutes, Mondays to Fridays from about 7 until 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers:

  • every 7 minutes 15 seconds, instead of every 7 minutes, Saturdays from about noon until 7 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops between the Toronto Zoo and Kingston Road / Lawrence Avenue East:

  • every 12 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, Mondays to Fridays from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.

Buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops between Coronation Drive / Wallsend Drive and Kingston / Lawrence East:

  • every 22 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.

Buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops west of Kingston / Lawrence East:

  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 7½ minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.

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106 Sentinel

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is decreasing the frequency of service Mondays to Fridays.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 9½ minutes, instead of every 8 minutes, during morning rush hours;
  • every 16 minutes, instead of every 11 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; and
  • every 15 minutes, instead of every 11 minutes, during afternoon rush hours.

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75 Sherbourne

Since fewer passengers travel to and from George Brown College’s St. James and Waterfront campuses during late spring and summer, the TTC is decreasing the frequency of service along the route Mondays to Fridays.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops:

  • every 7 minutes, instead of every 5½ minutes, during morning rush hours; and
  • every 9 minutes, instead of every 5½ minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.

Summer service likely ends and regular service resumes Tuesday, September 7.

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88 South Leaside

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is decreasing the frequency of service Mondays to Fridays during rush hours.


Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops east of Millwood Road / Sutherland Drive:

  • every 15 minutes, instead of every 14 minutes, during morning rush hours; and
  • every 24 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, during afternoon rush hours.

Buses serve passengers at stops west of Millwood / Sutherland:

  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 7 minutes, during morning rush hours; and
  • every 12 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, during afternoon rush hours.

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60 Steeles West

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is decreasing the frequency of service Monday-to-Friday midday and early evenings.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route Mondays to Fridays from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. and from about 7 until 10 p.m.:

  • every 12 minutes, instead of every 11 minutes, west of Pioneer Village Station; and
  • every 6 minutes, instead of every 5½ minutes, east of Pioneer Village Station.

The TTC is also making another change to service along the route.

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24 Victoria Park

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is decreasing the frequency of service early Monday-to-Friday evenings.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 8½ minutes, instead of every 7½ minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

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94 Wellesley

Responding to lower ridership along the route due to the pandemic, the TTC is decreasing the frequency of service Mondays to Fridays during various times.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops east of Wellesley Station:

  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 7½ minutes, before about 3 p.m.;
  • every 12 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 14 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

The buses serve passengers at stops erst of Wellesley Station:

  • every 20 minutes, instead of every 15 minutes, efore about 3 p.m.;
  • every 12 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 14 minutes, instead of every 12 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

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107 York University Heights

Starting Sunday, May 9, the TTC is introducing this new route, replacing current service along the 107 St Regis and 117 Alness - Chesswood routes.

By combining the routes, the TTC increases and decreases the frequency of service along parts of the route during different times of the week.

Starting Sunday, May 9, buses drop off or pick up passengers at most former route 107 St Regis stops:

  • every 46 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, Sundays and holidays from about 8 a.m. until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 50 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, after about 7 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, buses serve passengers at the stops:

  • every 24 minutes, instead of every 23 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 32 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; and
  • every 50 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, after about 7 p.m.

Starting Saturday, May 15, buses serve passengers:

  • every 40 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, Saturdays before about 8 a.m.;
  • every 46 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, from about 8 a.m. until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 50 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, after about 7 p.m.

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Starting Monday, May 10, buses drop off or pick up passengers at most former route 117 Alness - Chesswood stops:

  • every 24 minutes, instead of every 12 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 32 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 24 minutes, instead of every 13 minutes, during afternoon rush hours; and
  • every 50 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.

Note that smart commuters travelling to the north end of the route from Sheppard West Station have the option of riding buses along either branch to reach their destination. That means that passengers aboard buses along the route receive more frequent service than they did previously.


The TTC is also increasing the service hours along part of the route.

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Revising the paths for buses along routes


905 Eglinton East express

The TTC is extending the path for buses along the route so that they operate beyond the University of Toronto’s Scarborough campus to and from the Conlins Road area. Buses operate along the extended path Mondays to Fridays before about 10 p.m. Buses start and end their trips on the campus, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays before about 7 p.m.

Starting Monday, May 10, westbound buses start their trips on Morrish Road just north of Ellesmere Road, then proceed:

westward along Ellesmere;
southeastward along Military Trail; and then
westward through U of T Scarborough terminal,
resuming their regular route.

Westbound buses pick up passengers at new stops (for this route)

  • on Morrish Road at Ellesmere Road and
  • on Ellesmere Road at Calverley Trail, Highland Creek Park, Calthorpe Avenue and Conlins Road.

Eastbound buses operate along their regular route to U of T Scarborough terminal, then proceed:

northwestward along Military Trail;
eastward along Ellesmere Road;
northward along Conlins Road;
eastward along Cranbrook Road; and then
southward along Morrish Road to Ellesmere,
ending their trips.

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^ An official TTC map of the 905 Eglinton East express route until May 7, 2021.

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Eastbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at new stops (for this route)

  • on Ellesmere Road at Mirrow Court,
  • on Conlins Road across from Challenger Court [north],
  • on Cranbrook Road beyond Conlins Road and Calverley Trail [west] and across from Halfmoon Square and Charcoal Drive [west] and
  • on Morrish Road at Grantown Avenue and Ellesmere Road.

The TTC is also introducing new branches of the route and increasing and decreasing the frequency of service along parts of the route Mondays to Fridays.

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^ Map of the 905 Eglinton East express route, starting Monday, May 10.

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121 Fort York - Esplanade

More passengers travel to and from Cherry Beach and Ontario Place / Trillium during spring and summer. The TTC is extending service to the attractions at all times of the week. during most times, except overnight. All buses operate along the 121D (Ontario Place - Cherry Beach) branch.

(Note that the ActiveTO program blocks eastbound lanes of Lake Shore Boulevard West between Windermere Avenue and Stadium Road certain weekends. During those events, buses can’t operate to and from Ontario Place.)

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In the east end of the route - service to and from Cherry Beach

Starting Sunday, May 9, westbound buses start their trips in Cherry Beach Loop, then proceed:

northward along Cherry to Mill Street,
resuming their regular route westward along Mill.

Westbound buses again drop off or pick up passengers at seasonal stops

  • in Cherry Beach Loop and
  • on Cherry Street north of Unwin Avenue, across from Polson Street and at Commissioners Street, at Villiers Street and Lake Shore Boulevard East.

Eastbound buses operate along the usual route to Cherry and Mill Streets, then proceed:

southward along Cherry to Cherry Beach Loop,
ending their trips.

During spring and summer, eastbound buses no longer drop off passengers at a stop

  • on Mill Street beyond Cherry Street.

Instead, eastbound buses again drop off or pick up passengers at seasonal stops

  • on Cherry Street beyond Mill Street and Lake Shore Boulevard East, across from Villiers and Commissioners Streets, beyond Polson Street and at Unwin Avenue and
  • in Cherry Beach Loop.

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In the west end of the route - service to and from Ontario Place

Starting Sunday, May 9, eastbound buses start their trips on Remembrance Drive at the Ontario Place central entrance, then proceed:

west- and northward along Remembrance;
eastward along Lake Shore Boulevard West; and then
northward along Strachan Avenue to Manitoba Drive / Fleet Street,
resuming their usual route eastward along Fleet.

During spring and summer, eastbound buses no longer pick up passengers at a stop

  • in Princes’ Gate Loop.

Instead, eastbound buses serve passengers at a seasonal stop:

  • on Remembrance Drive at the Ontario Place central entrance.

Westbound buses operate along their regular route to Lake Shore Boulevard West and Princes’ Boulevard, then proceed:

westward along Lake Shore West;
southward along Ontario Place Boulevard; and then
eastward along Remembrance Drive to the Ontario Place central entrance,
ending their trips.

During spring and summer, eastbound buses no longer drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • on Princes’ Boulevard at Strachan Avenue and
  • in Princes’ Gate Loop.

Instead, westbound buses serve passengers at seasonal stops

  • on Remembrance Drive west of Ontario Place Boulevard and at the central entrance to Ontario Place.

To accommodate the longer trips to and from Cherry Beach and Ontario Place, the TTC is also decreasing the frequency of service along the route.

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504 King

The TTC is temporarily shortening the path for streetcars along the route to maintain service during upcoming water-main construction on Broadview Avenue.

During construction, the TTC operates streetcars only between Dufferin Gate and Distillery loops. It’s temporarily cancelling the 504A and 504B branches of the route.

Shuttle buses along the temporary 504D route replace streetcars between Broadview Station and King Street East / Parliament Street.

The ongoing construction project at the intersection of Queen Street West / King Street West / The Queensway / Roncesvalles Avenue also continues to affect service along the route. The TTC continues to operate more shuttle buses to replace streetcar service through that intersection:

  • 304G / 504G King shuttle-bus route between Dundas West Station and Roncesvalles Carhouse; and
  • 304Q / 504Q King shuttle-bus route between Triller Avenue and Princes’ Gate Loop.

Starting Sunday, May 9, eastbound streetcars start their trips in Dufferin Gate Loop, then proceed:

northward along Dufferin Street;
eastward along King Streets West and East;
southward along Sumach and Cherry Streets; and then
eastward into Distillery Loop,
ending their trips.

Eastbound cars drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • in Dufferin Gate Loop,
  • on Dufferin Street at Liberty Street and King Street West,
  • on King Street West across from Joe Shuster Way, at Atlantic Avenue, Douro and Shaw Streets, Strachan Avenue and Niagara and Tecumseth Streets and beyond Bathurst and Portland Streets, Spadina Avenue, Blue Jays Way, John Street, University Avenue and Bay Street,
  • on King Street East beyond Yonge, Church and Jarvis Streets, at Sherbourne Street, across from Ontario Street and at Parliament, Sackville and Sumach Streets,
  • on Cherry Street at Front Street East and
  • in Distillery Loop.

Eastbound streetcar passengers may transfer to eastbound shuttle buses along the 304D / 504D routes at stops on King Street East between Parliament and Sumach Streets.

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Westbound cars start their trips in Distillery Loop, then proceed:

northward along Cherry and Sumach Streets;
westward along King Streets East and West;
southward along Dufferin Street;
westward along Springhurst Avenue;
southward along Fort Rouille Street; and then
eastward into Dufferin Gate Loop,
ending their trips.

Westbound cars serve passengers at stops

  • in Distillery Loop,
  • on Cherry Street at Front Street East,
  • on King Street East at Sackville, Parliament, Ontario and Sherbourne Streets and beyond Jarvis and Church Streets;
  • on King Street West beyond Yonge and Bay Streets, University Avenue, John and Peter Streets and Spadina Avenue, at Portland, Bathurst, Tecumseth and Niagara Streets, Strachan Avenue and Shaw and Sudbury Streets, across from Jefferson Avenue and at Joe Shuster Way and Dufferin Street,
  • on Dufferin Street across from Liberty Street and at Springhurst Avenue and
  • in Dufferin Gate Loop.

The TTC is also increasing and decreasing the frequency of service along the route during various time periods.

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304 King overnight

The TTC is replacing streetcars with buses **to maintain service during upcoming water-main construction on Broadview Avenue.

Starting Sunday, May 9, buses operate between Broadview Station and Queen Street West / Triller Avenue.

The ongoing construction project at the intersection of Queen Street West / King Street West / The Queensway / Roncesvalles Avenue also continues to affect service along the route. The TTC continues to operate more shuttle buses along this temporary route to replace streetcar service through that intersection:

Eastbound buses start their trips on Queen Street West at Triller Avenue, then proceed:

southward along Triller;
eastward along King Streets West and East and Queen Street East;
northward along Broadview Avenue; and then
eastward into Broadview Station terminal,
ending their trips.

Eastbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • on Queen Street West [westbound] at Triller Avenue,
  • on King Street West across from Wilson Park Road, at Dowling, Jameson, Dunn and Spencer Avenues, Dufferin Street, Douro and Shaw Streets, Strachan Avenue, Niagara and Tecumseth Streets, beyond Bathurst and Portland Streets, Spadina Avenue, Blue Jays Way, John Street, University Avenue and Bay Street,
  • on King Street East beyond Yonge, Church and Jarvis Streets, at Sherbourne Street, across from Ontario Street, at Parliament, Sackville, Sumach and Lower River Streets,
  • on Queen Street East across from Carroll Street and at Broadview Avenue,
  • on Broadview Avenue at Dundas Street East, across from Mountstephen Street and at Gerrard Street East, Langley and Withrow Avenue, Montcrest Boulevard and Wolfrey and Danforth Avenues.

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Westbound buses start their trips in Broadview Station terminal, then proceed:

westward along Erindale Avenue;
southward along Broadview Avenue;
westward along Queen and King Streets East and King Street West;
northward along Dufferin Street;
westward along Queen Street West to Triller Avenue,
ending their trips.

Westbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • on Erindale Avenue at Broadview Avenue,
  • on Broadview Avenue at Danforth Avenue, across from Wolfrey Avenue, Montcrest Boulevard and Withrow and Langley Avenues, at Jack Layton Way, Gerrard Street East, Mountstephen Street and Dundas and Queen Streets East,
  • on Queen Street East at Carroll Street,
  • on King Street East at River, Sumach, Sackville, Parliament, Ontario and Sherbourne Streets and beyond Jarvis and Church Streets,
  • on King Street West beyond Yonge and Bay Streets, University Avenue, John and Peter Streets and Spadina Avenue and at Portland, Bathurst, Tecumseth and Niagara Streets, Strachan Avenue, Shaw and Sudbury Streets, across from Jefferson Avenue and at Joe Shuster Way and Dufferin Street,
  • on Dufferin Street across from Melbourne Street and
  • on Queen Street West beyond Dufferin Street and at Brock, O’Hara, Lansdowne, Sorauren and Triller Avenues.

Westbound passengers travelling toward Dundas West Station must walk to Roncesvalles Avenue beyond Marion Avenue to board a shuttle bus along the 304G King overnight shuttle-bus route to continue their trips.

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116 Morningside

The TTC is revising the path so that buses no longer operate to and from the Conlins Road area. Instead, starting Monday, May 10, the TTC extends the path for buses along the 905 Eglinton East express route to operate to and from Conlins Road Mondays to Fridays before about 10 p.m.

Southbound route 116 buses no longer drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • on Morrish Road at Ellesmere Road,
  • on Ellesmere Road at Calverley Trail, Highland Creek Park, Calthorpe Avenue and Conlins Road and
  • on Military Trail at Pan-Am Drive.

Buses along other routes start, or continue, to drop off or pick up passengers at these stops:

  • Morrish: 905A Eglinton East express.
  • Ellesmere: 95B York Mills; 905A Eglinton East express.
  • Military: 12D Kingston Rd; 905A Eglinton East express.

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^ An official map of the TTC’s 116 Morningside operations, effective December 1, 2013.

Northbound route 116 buses no longer serve passengers at stops

  • on Ellesmere Road at Military Trail [east] and Mirrow Court,
  • on Conlins Road across from Challenger Court [north],
  • on Cranbrook Road beyond Conlins Road and Calverley Trail [west] and across from Halfmoon Square and Charcoal Drive [west] and
  • on Morrish Road at Grantown Avenue and Ellesmere Road.

Buses along other routes start, or continue, to drop off or pick up passengers at these stops:

  • Ellesmere at Military: 38 Highland Creek; 95B York Mills; 905A Eglinton East express.
  • Ellesmere at Mirrow: 905A Eglinton East express.
  • Conlins, Cranbrook, Morrish: 905A Eglinton East express.

The TTC is also cancelling a branch of the route and increasing the frequency of service along the route.

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^ Map of the 116 Morningside route, starting, Sunday, May 9.

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501 Queen

The TTC is temporarily revising the path for streetcars along the route to maintain service during three upcoming construction projects on Queen Street:

  • replacing the streetcar tracks between Fennings Street and University Avenue;
  • replacing the overhead streetcar wiring between McCaul and Parliament Streets; and
  • replacing the water main between University Avenue and Bay Street.

The ongoing construction project at the intersection of Queen Street West / King Street West / The Queensway / Roncesvalles Avenue also continues to affect service along the route.

Starting Sunday, May 9, eastbound cars start their trips in Charlotte Loop - on Charlotte Street at Oxley Street, near King Street West and Spadina Avenue— then proceed:

southward along Charlotte;
eastward along King Streets West and East; and then
northward along Parliament Street to Queen Street East,
resuming their regular route eastward along Queen East.

Eastbound cars skip their regular stops

  • in Long Branch Loop,
  • on Lake Shore Boulevard West at Thirty-Seventh Street, Long Branch Avenue, Thirty-First, Twenty-Eighth, Twenty-Seventh and Twenty-Second Streets and Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive, across from Fifteenth Street, at Thirteenth, Tenth, Seventh, Fifth, Third and First Streets, Royal York and Miles Roads, Norris Crescent, across from Mimico Avenue, at Superior Avenue and across from Burlington and Louisa Streets and Legion Road, at Marine Parade Drive [west] and beside #s 2155 and 2111 Lake Shore West,
  • in Humber Loop,
  • on The Queensway beyond South Kingsway, Windermere and Ellis Avenues and Colborne Lodge Drive, at Parkside Drive, across from Glendale Avenue and at King Street West,
  • on Queen Street West at Triller, Beaty, Jameson and Dunn Avenues, across from Brock Avenue and at Dufferin, Sudbury and Abell Streets, Dovercourt Road, Lower Ossington Avenue, Shaw Street, Strachan Avenue, Niagara, Tecumseth and Bathurst Streets, Augusta and Spadina Avenues, Peter and John Streets, University Avenue and York, Bay and Yonge Streets and
  • on Queen Street East at Victoria, Church, Jarvis, Sherbourne, Ontario and Parliament Streets.

Instead, eastbound cars pick up passengers at temporary stops

  • on Charlotte Street at Oxley Street,
  • on King Street West beyond Spadina Avenue, Blue Jays Way, John Street, University Avenue and Bay Street,
  • on King Street East beyond Yonge, Church and Jarvis Streets and at Sherbourne, Ontario and Parliament Streets and
  • on Parliament Street at Adelaide and Queen Streets East.

Shuttle buses replace the cars west of Parliament Street from Long Branch Loop and from Park Lawn Loop.

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Westbound cars operate along their regular route to Queen Street East and Parliament Street, then detour:

southward along Parliament;
westward along King Streets East and West;
northward along Spadina Avenue;
eastward along Adelaide Street West; and then
southward along Charlotte Street to Oxley Street,
ending their trips.

Westbound cars skip their regular stops

  • on Queen Street East at Ontario, Sherbourne, Jarvis, Church, Victoria and Yonge Streets,
  • on Queen Street West at Bay Street, across from York Street, at University Avenue, St. Patrick, John and Soho Streets, Spadina and Augusta Avenues, Bathurst Street, Palmerston Avenue, Claremont Street, across from Strachan Avenue, at Shaw Street, Ossington Avenue, Dovercourt Road and Beaconsfield and Gladstone Avenues, beyond Dufferin Street and at Brock, O’Hara, Lansdowne, Sorauren, Triller and Roncesvalles Avenues and
  • on The Queensway at Glendale Avenue and Parkside Drive, beyond Colborne Lodge Drive, Ellis and Windermere Avenues and at South Kingsway,
  • in Humber Loop,
  • on Lake Shore Boulevard West across from #s 2111 and 2155 Lake Shore West, beyond Park Lawn Road, at Legion Road, Louisa, Burlington and Superior Streets, Mimico and Hillside Avenues, Symons Street and Royal York Road, beyond Dwight Avenue, at Third and Fifth Streets, Islington Avenue, Tenth, Thirteenth and Fifteenth Streets, Kipling Avenue, Twenty-Second, Twenty-Sixth, Twenty-Ninth and Thirtieth Streets and across from Long Branch Avenue, Thirty-Seventh and Thirty-Ninth Streets and
  • in Long Branch Loop.

Instead, westbound cars drop off or pick up passengers at temporary stops

  • on Parliament Street at Richmond, Adelaide and King Streets East,
  • on King Street East at Ontario and Sherbourne Streets and beyond Jarvis and Church Streets,
  • on King Street West beyond Yonge and Bay Streets, University Avenue and John and Peter Streets,
  • on Spadina Avenue beyond King Street West and
  • on Charlotte Street at Oxley Street.

Shuttle buses operate west of Parliament Street to Long Branch Loop and to Park Lawn Loop. Westbound streetcar passengers can transfer to westbound buses at stops on Queen Street East between River and Parliament Streets.

During most times of the week, transit vehicles along the route drop off or pick up passengers at stops less frequently than usually.

The TTC is also adjusting the schedules for streetcars operating along the route.

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501L Queen / Long Branch shuttle buses

The TTC is temporarily revising the path for buses along the route to maintain service during three upcoming construction projects on Queen Street:

  • replacing the streetcar tracks between Fennings Street and University Avenue;
  • replacing the overhead streetcar wiring between McCaul and Parliament Streets; and
  • replacing the water main between University Avenue and Bay Street.

The ongoing construction project at the intersection of Queen Street West / King Street West / The Queensway / Roncesvalles Avenue also continues to affect service along the route.

Starting Sunday, May 9, buses replace streetcars along the [501] Queen route west of Parliament Street.

Eastbound buses start their trips in Long Branch Loop, then proceed:

eastward along Lake Shore Boulevard West;
northward along Windermere Avenue;
eastward along The Queensway and Queen Streets West and East; and then
northward along Broadview Avenue to Dundas Street East,
ending their trips.

Eastbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • in Long Branch Loop,
  • on Lake Shore Boulevard West at Thirty-Seventh Street, Long Branch Avenue, Thirty-First, Twenty-Eighth, Twenty-Seventh and Twenty-Second Streets and Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive, across from Fifteenth Street, at Thirteenth, Tenth, Seventh, Fifth, Third and First Streets, Royal York and Miles Roads, Norris Crescent, across from Mimico Avenue, at Superior Avenue and across from Burlington and Louisa Streets and Legion Road, at Marine Parade Drive [west] and beside #s 2155 and 2111 Lake Shore West,
  • on The Queensway beyond Windermere and Ellis Avenues and Colborne Lodge Drive, at Parkside Drive, across from Glendale Avenue and at King Street West,
  • on Queen Street West at Triller, Beaty, Jameson and Dunn Avenues, across from Brock Avenue and at Dufferin, Sudbury and Abell Streets, Dovercourt Road, Lower Ossington Avenue, Shaw Street, Strachan Avenue, Niagara, Tecumseth and Bathurst Streets, Augusta and Spadina Avenues, Peter and John Streets, University Avenue and York, Bay and Yonge Streets and
  • on Queen Street East at Victoria, Church and Jarvis Streets.

Eastbound bus passengers may transfer to eastbound streetcars at stops on Queen Street East between Parliament Street and Broadview Avenue.

Westbound buses start their trips on Broadview Avenue at Dundas Street East, then proceed:

westward along Dundas East;
southward along River Street;
westward along Queen Streets East and West and The Queensway;
southward along Windermere Avenue;
westward along Lake Shore Boulevard West; and then
northward into Long Branch Loop,
ending their trips.

Westbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • on Broadview Avenue at Dundas Street East,
  • on Dundas Street East at Munro and River Streets,
  • on Queen Street East at Sumach, Sackville, Parliament, Ontario, Sherbourne, Jarvis, Church, Victoria and Yonge Streets,
  • on Queen Street West at Bay Street, across from York Street, at University Avenue, St. Patrick, John and Soho Streets, Spadina and Augusta Avenues, Bathurst Street, Palmerston Avenue, Claremont Street, across from Strachan Avenue, at Shaw Street, Ossington Avenue, Dovercourt Road and Beaconsfield and Gladstone Avenues, beyond Dufferin Street and at Brock, O’Hara, Lansdowne, Sorauren, Triller and Roncesvalles Avenues and
  • on The Queensway at Glendale Avenue, at Parkside Drive, beyond Colborne Lodge Drive and Ellis Avenue,
  • on Lake Shore Boulevard West across from #s 2111 and 2155 Lake Shore West, beyond Park Lawn Road, at Legion Road, Louisa, Burlington and Superior Streets, Mimico and Hillside Avenues, Symons Street and Royal York Road, beyond Dwight Avenue, at Third and Fifth Streets, Islington Avenue, Tenth, Thirteenth and Fifteenth Streets, Kipling Avenue, Twenty-Second, Twenty-Sixth, Twenty-Ninth and Thirtieth Streets and across from Long Branch Avenue, Thirty-Seventh and Thirty-Ninth Streets and
  • in Long Branch Loop.

During most times of the week, transit vehicles along the route drop off or pick up passengers at stops less frequently than usually.

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501P Queen / Humber shuttle buses

The TTC is temporarily revising the path for buses along the route to maintain service during three upcoming construction projects on Queen Street:

  • replacing the streetcar tracks between Fennings Street and University Avenue;
  • replacing the overhead streetcar wiring between McCaul and Parliament Streets; and
  • replacing the water main between University Avenue and Bay Street.

The ongoing construction project at the intersection of Queen Street West / King Street West / The Queensway / Roncesvalles Avenue also continues to affect service along the route.

Starting Sunday, May 9, buses replace streetcars along the [501] Queen route west of Parliament Street.

Eastbound buses start their trips in Humber Loop, then proceed:

westward along The Queensway;
north- and westward through High Street Loop;
southward along High Street;
eastward along The Queensway and Queen Streets West and East; and then
northward along Broadview Avenue to Dundas Street East,
ending their trips.

Eastbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • in Humber Loop,
  • on The Queensway (westbound) across from #125 Queensway;
  • on The Queensway (eastbound) beside #125 Queensway, beyond South Kingsway, Windermere and Ellis Avenues and Colborne Lodge Drive, at Parkside Drive, across from Glendale Avenue and at King Street West,
  • on Queen Street West at Triller, Beaty, Jameson and Dunn Avenues, across from Brock Avenue and at Dufferin, Sudbury and Abell Streets, Dovercourt Road, Lower Ossington Avenue, Shaw Street, Strachan Avenue, Niagara, Tecumseth and Bathurst Streets, Augusta and Spadina Avenues, Peter and John Streets, University Avenue and York, Bay and Yonge Streets and
  • on Queen Street East at Victoria, Church, Jarvis, Sherbourne, Ontario, Parliament, Sackville, Sumach and River Streets, across from Carroll Street and at Broadview Avenue and
  • on Broadview Avenue at Dundas Street East.

Eastbound bus passengers may transfer to eastbound streetcars at stops on Queen Street East between Parliament Street and Broadview Avenue.

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Westbound buses start their trips on Broadview Avenue at Dundas Street East, then proceed:

westward along Dundas East;
southward along River Street;
westward along Queen Streets East and West and The Queensway;
north- and westward through High Street Loop; and then
eastward along The Queensway into Humber Loop,
ending their trips.

Westbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • on Queen Street East at Sumach, Sackville, Parliament, Ontario, Sherbourne, Jarvis, Church, Victoria and Yonge Streets,
  • on Queen Street West at Bay Street, across from York Street, at University Avenue, St. Patrick, John and Soho Streets, Spadina and Augusta Avenues, Bathurst Street, Palmerston Avenue, Claremont Street, across from Strachan Avenue, at Shaw Street, Ossington Avenue, Dovercourt Road and Beaconsfield and Gladstone Avenues, beyond Dufferin Street and at Brock, O’Hara, Lansdowne, Sorauren, Triller and Roncesvalles Avenues and
  • on The Queensway [westbound] at Glendale Avenue, at Parkside Drive, beyond Colborne Lodge Drive, Ellis and Windermere Avenues and at South Kingsway and across from #125 Queensway,
  • on The Queensway [eastbound] beside #125 Queensway and
  • in Humber Loop.

During most times of the week, transit vehicles along the route drop off or pick up passengers at stops less frequently than usually.

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301 Queen overnight

The TTC is temporarily revising the path for streetcars along the route to maintain service during three upcoming construction projects on Queen Street:

  • replacing the streetcar tracks between Fennings Street and University Avenue;
  • replacing the overhead streetcar wiring between McCaul and Parliament Streets; and
  • replacing the water main between University Avenue and Bay Street.

The ongoing construction project at the intersection of Queen Street West / King Street West / The Queensway / Roncesvalles Avenue also continues to affect service along the route.

Starting Sunday, May 9, eastbound cars start their trips in Wolseley Loop - on Bathurst Street north of Queen Street West — then proceed:

southward along Bathurst;
eastward along King Streets West and East; and then
northward along Parliament Street to Queen Street East,
resuming their regular route eastward along Queen East.

Eastbound cars skip their regular stops

  • in Long Branch Loop,
  • on Lake Shore Boulevard West at Thirty-Seventh Street, Long Branch Avenue, Thirty-First, Twenty-Eighth, Twenty-Seventh and Twenty-Second Streets and Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive, across from Fifteenth Street, at Thirteenth, Tenth, Seventh, Fifth, Third and First Streets, Royal York and Miles Roads, Norris Crescent, across from Mimico Avenue, at Superior Avenue and across from Burlington and Louisa Streets and Legion Road, at Marine Parade Drive [west] and beside #s 2155 and 2111 Lake Shore West,
  • in Humber Loop,
  • on The Queensway beyond South Kingsway, Windermere and Ellis Avenues and Colborne Lodge Drive, at Parkside Drive, across from Glendale Avenue and at King Street West,
  • on Queen Street West at Triller, Beaty, Jameson and Dunn Avenues, across from Brock Avenue and at Dufferin, Sudbury and Abell Streets, Dovercourt Road, Lower Ossington Avenue, Shaw Street, Strachan Avenue, Niagara, Tecumseth and Bathurst Streets, Augusta and Spadina Avenues, Peter and John Streets, University Avenue and York, Bay and Yonge Streets and
  • on Queen Street East at Victoria, Church, Jarvis, Sherbourne, Ontario and Parliament Streets.

Instead, eastbound cars pick up passengers at temporary stops

  • on Bathurst Street at Queen and King Streets West,
  • on King Street West beyond Bathurst and Portland Streets, Spadina Avenue, Blue Jays Way, John Street, University Avenue and Bay Street,
  • on King Street East beyond Yonge, Church and Jarvis Streets and at Sherbourne, Ontario and Parliament Streets and
  • on Parliament Street at Adelaide and Queen Streets East.

**Shuttle buses replace the cars west of Parliament Street from Long Branch Loop.

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Westbound cars operate along their regular route to Queen Street East and Parliament Street, then detour:

southward along Parliament;
westward along King Streets East and West;
northward along Bathurst Street; and then
eastward into Wolseley Loop,
ending their trips.

Westbound cars skip their regular stops

  • on Queen Street East at Ontario, Sherbourne, Jarvis, Church, Victoria and Yonge Streets,
  • on Queen Street West at Bay Street, across from York Street, at University Avenue, St. Patrick, John and Soho Streets, Spadina and Augusta Avenues, Bathurst Street, Palmerston Avenue, Claremont Street, across from Strachan Avenue, at Shaw Street, Ossington Avenue, Dovercourt Road and Beaconsfield and Gladstone Avenues, beyond Dufferin Street and at Brock, O’Hara, Lansdowne, Sorauren, Triller and Roncesvalles Avenues and
  • on The Queensway at Glendale Avenue and Parkside Drive, beyond Colborne Lodge Drive, Ellis and Windermere Avenues and at South Kingsway,
  • in Humber Loop,
  • on Lake Shore Boulevard West across from #s 2111 and 2155 Lake Shore West, beyond Park Lawn Road, at Legion Road, Louisa, Burlington and Superior Streets, Mimico and Hillside Avenues, Symons Street and Royal York Road, beyond Dwight Avenue, at Third and Fifth Streets, Islington Avenue, Tenth, Thirteenth and Fifteenth Streets, Kipling Avenue, Twenty-Second, Twenty-Sixth, Twenty-Ninth and Thirtieth Streets and across from Long Branch Avenue, Thirty-Seventh and Thirty-Ninth Streets and
  • in Long Branch Loop.

Instead, westbound cars drop off or pick up passengers at temporary stops

  • on Parliament Street at Richmond, Adelaide and King Streets East,
  • on King Street East at Ontario and Sherbourne Streets and beyond Jarvis and Church Streets,
  • on King Street West beyond Yonge and Bay Streets, University Avenue, John and Peter Streets and Spadina Avenue and at Portland and Bathurst Streets,
  • on Bathurst Street at Queen Street West and
  • in Wolseley Loop.

**Shuttle buses operate west of Parliament Street to Long Branch Loop. Westbound streetcar passengers can transfer to westbound buses at stops on Queen Street East between River and Parliament Streets.

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301 Queen overnight shuttle buses

The TTC is temporarily revising the path for buses along the route to maintain service during three upcoming construction projects on Queen Street:

  • replacing the streetcar tracks between Fennings Street and University Avenue;
  • replacing the overhead streetcar wiring between McCaul and Parliament Streets; and
  • replacing the water main between University Avenue and Bay Street.

The ongoing construction project at the intersection of Queen Street West / King Street West / The Queensway / Roncesvalles Avenue also continues to affect service along the route.

Starting Sunday, May 9, buses replace streetcars along the [301] Queen overnight route west of Parliament Street.

Eastbound buses start their trips in Long Branch Loop, then proceed:

eastward along Lake Shore Boulevard West;
northward along Windermere Avenue;
eastward along The Queensway and Queen Streets West and East; and then
northward along Broadview Avenue to Dundas Street East,
ending their trips.

Eastbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • in Long Branch Loop,
  • on Lake Shore Boulevard West at Thirty-Seventh Street, Long Branch Avenue, Thirty-First, Twenty-Eighth, Twenty-Seventh and Twenty-Second Streets and Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive, across from Fifteenth Street, at Thirteenth, Tenth, Seventh, Fifth, Third and First Streets, Royal York and Miles Roads, Norris Crescent, across from Mimico Avenue, at Superior Avenue and across from Burlington and Louisa Streets and Legion Road, at Marine Parade Drive [west] and beside #s 2155 and 2111 Lake Shore West,
  • on The Queensway beyond Windermere and Ellis Avenues and Colborne Lodge Drive, at Parkside Drive, across from Glendale Avenue and at King Street West,
  • on Queen Street West at Triller, Beaty, Jameson and Dunn Avenues, across from Brock Avenue and at Dufferin, Sudbury and Abell Streets, Dovercourt Road, Lower Ossington Avenue, Shaw Street, Strachan Avenue, Niagara, Tecumseth and Bathurst Streets, Augusta and Spadina Avenues, Peter and John Streets, University Avenue and York, Bay and Yonge Streets and
  • on Queen Street East at Victoria, Church and Jarvis Streets.

Eastbound bus passengers may transfer to eastbound streetcars at stops on Queen Street East between Parliament Street and Broadview Avenue.

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Westbound buses start their trips on Broadview Avenue at Dundas Street East, then proceed:

westward along Dundas East;
southward along River Street;
westward along Queen Streets East and West and The Queensway;
southward along Windermere Avenue;
westward along Lake Shore Boulevard West; and then
northward into Long Branch Loop,
ending their trips.

Westbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • on Broadview Avenue at Dundas Street East,
  • on Dundas Street East at Munro and River Streets,
  • on Queen Street East at Sumach, Sackville, Parliament, Ontario, Sherbourne, Jarvis, Church, Victoria and Yonge Streets,
  • on Queen Street West at Bay Street, across from York Street, at University Avenue, St. Patrick, John and Soho Streets, Spadina and Augusta Avenues, Bathurst Street, Palmerston Avenue, Claremont Street, across from Strachan Avenue, at Shaw Street, Ossington Avenue, Dovercourt Road and Beaconsfield and Gladstone Avenues, beyond Dufferin Street and at Brock, O’Hara, Lansdowne, Sorauren, Triller and Roncesvalles Avenues and
  • on The Queensway at Glendale Avenue, at Parkside Drive, beyond Colborne Lodge Drive and Ellis Avenue,
  • on Lake Shore Boulevard West across from #s 2111 and 2155 Lake Shore West, beyond Park Lawn Road, at Legion Road, Louisa, Burlington and Superior Streets, Mimico and Hillside Avenues, Symons Street and Royal York Road, beyond Dwight Avenue, at Third and Fifth Streets, Islington Avenue, Tenth, Thirteenth and Fifteenth Streets, Kipling Avenue, Twenty-Second, Twenty-Sixth, Twenty-Ninth and Thirtieth Streets and across from Long Branch Avenue, Thirty-Seventh and Thirty-Ninth Streets and
  • in Long Branch Loop.

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Adjusting the schedules for buses along routes


126 Christie

Starting Sunday, May 9, the TTC adjusts the Sunday-and-holiday schedules for buses along the route so that trip times are consistent every day.

The last northbound bus leaves Christie Station at 1 a.m. every day.

503 Kingston Rd

Starting Monday, May 10, the TTC blends the schedules for streetcars along the route with those operating along the 501 Queen route Mondays to Fridays before about 7 p.m. By blending the schedules, the TTC offers passengers consistent service levels between the two routes. Passengers benefit from every second car in the blended-schedule area operating along either route 501 or 503.

“The blended-schedule area” includes stops

  • on Queen Street East between Kingston Road and Carroll Street; and
  • on King Streets East and West between Parliament Street and Spadina Avenue.

Streetcars along each route drop off or pick up passengers at stops in the blended-schedule area:

  • every 8 minutes Mondays to Fridays before about 3 p.m.; and
  • every 8½ minutes during afternoon rush hours.

The cars along both routes together serve passengers at the stops

  • every 4 minutes Mondays to Fridays before about 3 p.m.; and
  • every 4 minutes 45 seconds during afternoon rush hours.

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102 Markham Rd

The TTC is temporarily suspending service along the 102A branch of the route (Progress - Warden Station) Mondays to Fridays before about 7 p.m. Passengers travelling to and from Centennial College’s Progress campus can board buses along the parallel 902 Markham Rd express route.

Instead, the transit agency is reallocating service to the 102B branch (Steeles - Warden Stn) to serve passengers travelling to and from the employment areas between Steeles and Sheppard Avenues East. By reallocating the service, the TTC increases and decreases the frequency of service along different parts of the route Mondays to Fridays before about 7 p.m.

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501 Queen

Starting Monday, May 10, the TTC blends the schedules for streetcars along the route with those operating along the 503 Kingston Rd route Mondays to Fridays before about 7 p.m. By blending the schedules, the TTC offers passengers consistent service levels between the two routes. Passengers benefit from every second car in the blended-schedule area operating along either route 501 or 503.

“The blended-schedule area” includes stops

  • on Queen Street East between Kingston Road and Carroll Street; and
  • on King Streets East and West between Parliament Street and Spadina Avenue.

Streetcars along each route drop off or pick up passengers at stops in the blended-schedule area:

  • every 8 minutes Mondays to Fridays before about 3 p.m.; and
  • every 8½ minutes during afternoon rush hours.

Cars along both routes together serve passengers at the stops

  • every 4 minutes before about 3 p.m.; and
  • every 4 minutes 45 seconds during afternoon rush hours.

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96 Wilson

Starting Monday, May 10, the TTC blends the schedules for buses along the route with those operating along the 165 Weston Rd North route Mondays to Fridays after about 7 p.m. By blending the schedules, the TTC offers passengers consistent service levels between the two routes. Passengers benefit from every second bus in the blended-schedule area operating along either route 96 or 165.

“The blended-schedule area” includes stops

  • on Walsh and Wilson Avenues east of Weston Road.

Buses along each route drop off or pick up passengers at stops in the blended-schedule area:

  • every 10 minutes Mondays to Fridays after about 7 p.m.

Buses along both routes together serve passengers at the stops

  • every 5 minutes after about 7 p.m.

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165 Weston Rd North

Starting Monday, May 10, the TTC blends the schedules for buses along the route with those operating along the 96 Weston Rd North route Mondays to Fridays after about 7 p.m. By blending the schedules, the TTC offers passengers consistent service levels between the two routes. Passengers benefit from every second bus in the blended-schedule area operating along either route 96 or 165.

“The blended-schedule area” includes stops

  • on Walsh and Wilson Avenues east of Weston Road.

Buses along each route drop off or pick up passengers at stops in the blended-schedule area:

  • every 10 minutes Mondays to Fridays after about 7 p.m.

Buses along both routes together serve passengers at the stops

  • every 5 minutes after about 7 p.m.

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Revising seasonal services


175 Bluffers Park

Starting Sunday, May 9, the TTC resumes service along the route for passengers travelling between Kennedy Station and the park.

Buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops on the route:

  • every 15 minutes daily before about 10 p.m.
121 Fort York - Esplanade

Starting Sunday, May 9, the TTC extends the route - in the west to Ontario Place and in the east to Cherry Beach.

The TTC is also decreasing the frequency of service along the route.

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509 Harbourfront

Starting Monday, May 10, the TTC increases the frequency of service along the route during late spring and summer.

927 Highway 27 express

Friday, May 7 is the last day until September that the TTC operates buses along the 927A branch, offering direct service between Humber College Terminal and Kipling Station Monday-to- Friday mid-mornings. By cancelling the branch, it’s also cancelling six round trips between the two terminal.

The TTC is also increasing and decreasing the frequency of service along the route.

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92 Woodbine South

Starting Sunday, May 9, the TTC increases the frequency of service along the route during late spring and summer.

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Making other changes to service along routes


925 Don Mills express

Starting Monday, May 10, the TTC adds temporary stops in both directions so that buses can drop off or pick up passengers travelling to and from a COVID-19 vaccination centre.

Southbound buses serve passengers at a temporary stop

  • on Overlea Boulevard beside #45 Overlea.

Northbound buses serve passengers at a temporary stop

  • on Overlea Boulevard beside East York Town Centre (mall).

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905 Eglinton East express

Starting Monday, May 10, the TTC extends the path beyond the University of Toronto’s Scarborough campus, so that buses operate to and from Conlins Road. By extending the route, the TTC replaces service along the former 116A branch of the 116 Morningside route.

The TTC designates buses starting and ending their trips on the campus as operating along the 905 branch of the route. It designates buses serving the Conlins Road area as operating along the 905A branch of the route.

The TTC is also increasing and decreasing the frequency of service along parts of the route Mondays to Fridays.

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116 Morningside

Friday, May 7 was the last day that the TTC operated buses along the 116A branch of the route to and from Conlins Road. Starting Saturday, May 8, all buses operate along the entire route between Finch Avenue East and Kennedy Station during all times, except overnight.

The TTC no longer designates service to and from Finch East as the 116C branch of the route - the route has no branches, so the transit agency identifies all trips along the route simply as 116.

The TTC also increases and decreases the frequency of service along different parts of the route Mondays to Fridays.

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952 Lawrence West express

Starting Monday, May 10, the TTC adds temporary stops in both directions so that buses can drop off or pick up passengers travelling to and from a COVID-19 vaccination centre.

Eastbound buses serve passengers at a temporary stop

  • on Dixon Road at Kelfield Street.

Westbound buses serve passengers at a temporary stop

  • on Dixon Road at City View Drive.

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63 Ossington

Starting Monday, May 10, buses no longer operate along the 63B branch between St. Clair Avenue West and Liberty Village Mondays to Fridays from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. and from about 7 until 10 p.m. All buses operate north of St. Clair to and from Eglinton West Station during those times.

The TTC is also increasing and decreasing the frequency of service along the route Mondays to Fridays during various times.

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512 St Clair

Starting Sunday, May 9, streetcars heading toward Leslie Barns no longer loop through Bathurst Station terminal.

Route 512 cars were crowding the terminal so that streetcars blocked sidewalks near the station.

The TTC is also decreasing the frequency of service along the route.

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60 Steeles West

Starting Monday, May 10, the TTC operates standard 12-metre (40-foot) buses along the route during all time periods, instead of mixing standard and articulated (“bendy”) 18-metre (60-foot) buses during certain time periods.

The TTC is also decreasing the frequency of service along the route.

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89 Weston

Starting Sunday, May 9, the TTC operates standard 12-metre (40-foot) buses along the route during all time periods, instead of articulated (“bendy”) 18-metre (60-foot) buses.

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