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318 Warden Blue Night (1987-1998)

Compiled by Jeffrey Kay

February 9, 1987

As part of the introduction of the “Blue Night Network” designed to provide 24 hours service across the city, service begins on the new 318 WARDEN BLUE NIGHT route, providing night service over much of the 68 WARDEN daytime route. Buses run from the existing loop clockwise on the eastern half of Bamburgh Circle (just south of Steeles) via south on Warden to Danforth Avenue, looping via west on Danforth and northeast on Danforth Road. Operation is based out of Birchmount garage.




7 days a week, “owl” service

February 14, 1998

Last day of operation. Service south of Sheppard Avenue is discontinued while the remainder is replaced by the new 324 VICTORIA PARK NIGHT route.

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