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324 Victoria Park Night


Compiled by Jeffrey Kay
Map by John Calnan

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February 15, 1998

Service begins on a new overnight service along Victoria Park Avenue, operating between Kingston Road and Sheppard Avenue. The service replaces the 318 WARDEN BLUE NIGHT, as the Victoria Park alignment brings night service to more Torontonians than the Warden Avenue route. Buses run from Bingham loop via north on Victoria Park, east on Sheppard and north on Warden to just south of Steeles, looping counter clockwise on the east-side of Warden via Bamburgh Circle. Service operates from Birchmount Garage.








7 days a week, “Owl” service

February 18, 2001

Service is extended north from Bamburgh Circle a couple blocks to a new off-street loop on the west side of Warden, just north of Steeles. No change in destination signs.

February 15, 2004

The first two trips every night, running north from Bingham Loop, now serve the 24 VICTORIA PARK bus bay (Bay 2) at Victoria Park station. The change will ensure that customers connecting to and from the BLOOR-DANFORTH SUBWAY up to the last train can connect within the station.

February 15, 2009

The route is rendered accessible using Orion VII low floor buses.

September 30, 2009

Buses on this route are now equipped with bike racks.

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