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310 Bathurst Night (1987-2016)


Compiled by Jeffrey Kay
With assistance by Pete Coulman

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February 9, 1987

As part of the expansion and rebranding of the TTC’s night bus services, service begins on a new 310 BATHURST NIGHT bus, operating from Wilson Garage, taking over operations from the 7D overnight branch of the 7 BATHURST route. Buses operate from St. Clair Avenue (looping via northwest on Vaughan Road, east on St. Clair and south on Bathurst) via Bathurst and Fleet to loop via west on Fleet, west on Lakeshore, north on Strachan and east on Fleet. The 7D and 7F branches continue to operate from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. on Sunday mornings. In addition, new night service is provided on Bathurst Street north of Lawrence by a portion of the 314 DUFFERIN-BATHURST BLUE NIGHT bus route.



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7 days a week, “owl” service

March 15, 1987

Sunday morning service to the Exhibition is now redesignated part of route 310. 7C BATHURST service between Bloor and Steeles now begins at 6 a.m. on Sundays.

February 18, 1996

Coincident of the rerouting of the former 314 DUFFERIN-BATHURST, night bus service is extended north on St. Clair to Steeles Avenue, looping via east on Steeles, south on Village Gate and west on Greenwin Village








7 days a week, “owl” service

June 16, 1996

Service extended from Strachan into the Exhibition Grounds. Buses operate via Fleet and Manitoba Drive into the newly opened Exhibition loop. Service on Strachan and Lake Shore discontinued.

July 31, 2005

Service is made accessible using low-floor Orion VI buses on all runs, every day of the week.

September 11, 2008

Construction of new exclusive streetcar lanes on Fleet between Bathurst and Strachan closes eastbound Fleet Street to automobile traffic. 310 BATHURST NIGHT buses now leave Exhibition loop via east on Manitoba, east on Fleet, south on Fort York Boulevard, east on Lake Shore, crossing over to eastbound Fleet at Remembrance Drive, then north on Bathurst over the regular route.

Saturday, September 3, 2016 (Sunday morning)

Last day of service using this route number. Service replaced with the renumbered 307 BATHURST NIGHT route the next night, operating over the same route. The new number brings the night service in line with its daytime equivalent, 7 BATHURST, according to TTC practises. This was not done in September 2016 during similar re-numberings to give riders a year to forget the 307 EGLINTON WEST NIGHT route.

310 Bathurst Night Image Archive

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