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30 Dundas (1963-1968)


Compiled by Peter Coulman

Sepmteber 1, 1963

Service begins on the 30 DUNDAS bus, replacing the former 44 ISLINGTON. Service operates from Runnymede loop at the end of the DUNDAS streetcar via west on Dundas to Kipling, looping at the Six Points interchange via north on Jopling, east on Bloor, south on Kipling, through the cloverleaf to east on Dundas and return.

In addition, a rush hour extension is provided, continuing west on Dundas to Cloverdale Mall, just west of Roydon, looping via the access roads through the mall’s parking lot, moving around the traffic island, stopping eastbound on the Cloverdale Service Road, and then exiting back onto Dundas at Roydon in the appropriate eastbound exit lane. Buses travelling inbound through the Six Points interchange run via north on Jopling, east on Bloor and south on Kipling, going through the cloverleaf to continue east on Dundas.

A further rush hour service operates from Runnymede loop to Islington Avenue, looping via north on Islington and east and south on Chestnut Hills Crescent to Dundas, returning via reverse route.




Monday to Friday, rush hours only




Monday to Friday, rush hours only




7 days a week, 18 hours a day

November 4, 1963

Service to Cloverdale Mall expanded to operate 18 hours a day, Mondays through Saturdays. Buses coming back from Cloverdale continue to operate via north on Jopling, east on Bloor, south on Kipling and through the cloverleaf to east on Dundas, so as to accommodate transferring passengers from the 45 KIPLING bus. Sunday service provided by the 30B branch to Kipling only.

May 10, 1968

Last day of operation. Service replaced next day by 30 LAMBTON, operating over much the same route, but extended east and south via Dundas and High Park Avenue to High Park station on the BLOOR-DANFORTH SUBWAY.

30 Dundas Image Archive

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