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October 2000 Notes

…The TTC announced a number of service improvements, effective Monday, October 16, on a number of routes to reduce overcrowding. The routes run throughout the whole city… …Sunday service begins on the Parliament route, from Castle Frank station to Union station, on Sunday, October 15… …Improvements to the Rogers Road/Weston Road intersection have allowed the TTC to extend Symington and Rogers Road buses to Avon Loop from Bicknell Loop. The Avon extension was long favoured because it provided a more convenient connection between Weston Road and Rogers Road services. After Sunday, October 15, Bicknell Loop will no longer be serviced, and will likely be declared surplus property to be sold off…

…Trackwork on Queen Street is now complete, and Queen streetcar service is finally back to normal… …Effective Sunday, October 15, Sunday and holiday service is eliminated on the 509 Harbourfront route until next May…

…Starting on Monday, October 16, service will be increased on the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line during the morning peak period to reduce overcrowding. Frequencies will increase from 2 minutes, 29 seconds to 2 minutes, 21 seconds…

…On Sunday, September 24, GO Transit helped treat the people of Walkerton to a ‘mental health day’. Over 2000 residents from the region afflicted by Ecoli bacteria in its water supply took the day off to attend a free Blue Jay’s game. GO Transit donated two trains from Georgetown to take passengers to the game and back. Charter buses took the residents from Walkerton to Georgetown…




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