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TTC announces January 2004 service changes

TORONTO, Dec. 31 /CNW/ - On Sunday, January 4, 2004, the TTC introduces route and service changes.

ROUTE AND SERVICE CHANGES

37 ISLINGTON

  • Routing change

    The route will be changed at Woodbine Racetrack so that all buses, in both directions, on the 37A branch operate into the racetrack property to a new bus stop close to the Slots entrance. Buses will enter and exit the racetrack property via new bus-only entrance on the south side of the Rexdale Boulevard and Queen’s Plate Drive (west) intersection. There will be no change to service levels.

32 EGLINTON WEST

  • Fare zone change — Under contract to Mississauga Transit

    At the request of Mississauga Transit, who contract with the TTC to operate the 32B (Eglinton Station-Airport Corporate Centre) service, the 32B service will be changed to a two-fare service. A Mississauga Transit fare will be charged west of Skymark on all 32B trips.

58 MALTON

  • Fare change — Under contract to Mississauga Transit

    At the request of Mississauga Transit, who contract with the TTC to operate the 58/58B (Lawrence West Station-McNaughton/Westwood Mall) services west of Pearson Airport, a change will be made to the cash fare accepted beyond the Mississauga fare zone boundary at Airport Road & Jetliner Drive. A Mississauga Transit cash fare of $2.25 will apply to all customers. There will be no change to any other fares accepted in the Mississauga fare zone.

For more information on these, and other service changes, TTC customers can call 416-393-INFO (4636), check the InfoPosts located at transfer locations on their routes, or access the TTC internet site at www.ttc.ca.

For further information: contact Marilyn Bolton, Media Relations,
(416) 393-3741




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