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TTC Service Changes: January 1995

Starting Tuesday, January 3, Wheel-Trans will begin operating the new 425 DOWNTOWN accessible bus service on a fixed route between St. George Station and Ryerson Polytechnic University. Buses will run every 30 minutes, Monday through Friday only from 7:30 a.m. (first trip leaving St. George and Ryerson) to 9:00 p.m. (last trip leaving St. George and Ryerson).

The other major destination served enroute are University of Toronto, The Provincial Government Buildings, Women’s College Hospital, Toronto Hospital, Sick Children’s Hospital, Metro Toronto Coach Terminal, The Atrium on Bay and The Eaton Centre.

The service has been designed to offer more convenient transit alternatives for Wheel-Trans customers, however, anyone is eligible to use the bus.

The bus may be flagged down at any point along the route where it is safe for the operator to stop, at all TTC stops, and at any of the major destinations on the route.

Regular TTC fares with transfers to and from other routes in the systems apply on the 425 DOWNTOWN route.



Starting January 8, Sunday service service during the day on this busy route will be provided by the higher capacity articulated buses.


New Saturday daytime service begins January 14. Buses will run every 20 minutes, leaving both Bathurst Quay and Parliament from 6:00 a.m. to 5:20 p.m.


Due to poor ridership, rush hour service will be reduced to every 30 minutes starting January 9.


The hours of operation will be extended starting January 8 to provide new late evening and all day Sunday service between Islington Station and Humberwood.

37B Sunday service on Rexdale Blvd. will be discontinued.


Starting January 8, a later trip on Sunday nights will leave Lawrence Station at 1:00 a.m.


Starting January 8, Sunday service service during the day on this busy route will be provided by the higher capacity articulated buses.


Service between the rush hours on weekdays has been running for several weeks and will be officially scheduled starting January 9. The new adult high school at Markham & Progress has caused major riding increases to routes in the area.


Starting January 9, a new Monday-Friday rush hour branch will run between Royal York Station and Queensway to provide additional service on this busy portion of the route.