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3 Ancaster Park (1984-1996)

3 Ancaster Park Map

Compiled by James Bow
With kind assistance from Mike’s Transit Stop and Peter Coulman

November 24, 1980

Slipped in as part of a major reorganization of routes coincident with the opening of the BLOOR DANFORTH SUBWAY extensions to Kennedy and Kipling, the TTC established this short shuttle service between Wilson station on the SPADINA SUBWAY line and the Ancaster Park residential/industrial area northwest of the Wilson/Dufferin intersection, including the DeHavilland airplane plant.

As part of this services, buses operate during rush hours only westbound from Wilson station via Wilson, looping via Maniza, Gilley and Garratt to Wilson and return.


A TTC 120 CALVINGTON transfer, also serving 163 RUSTIC ROAD, 164 CALVINGTON-RUSTIC ROAD, and 3 ANCASTER PARK, effective March 23, 1992.

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Monday to Friday, rush hours only

June 24, 1991

The loop is expanded to improve service to the DeHavilland plant. The loop is now via Maniza, Home, Ancaster, Gilley and Garratt, with no change in service levels.




Monday to Friday, rush hours only

March 29, 1993

To further improve service to the DeHavilland plant, service is tweaked to depart Wilson station between 3:10 and 5:50 p.m. and DeHavilland from 3:20 to 6:00 p.m. Loop also expanded to include Powell Road.

February 16, 1996

Last day of operation. Due to funding cuts from the provincial government, this route is combined into 120 CALVINGTON, with service reduced to a bus every hour. Service has since increased to every thirty minutes, whenever the subway is open.

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