103 Mount Pleasant North/103 Nortown East

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Compiled by Jeffrey Kay

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April 21, 1985

Starting day for new route replacing the eastern section of the old 61 NORTOWN route.

NORTOWN EAST
VIA MT. PLEASANT

103

D O N C L I F F E
EGLINTON STN

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

January 5, 1992

Trolley coaches removed from service and replaced by diesel buses.

October 8, 1994

Last day of service under this name. Changed to 103 MT. PLEASANT NORTH.

February 18, 1996

Due to reduced government subsidies, services are reduced system wide including the elimination of late evening service (after 10 p.m.) Monday through Saturday and Sunday evening service (after 7 p.m.).

MT. PLEASANT
N O R T H

103

D O N C L I F F E
EGLINTON STN

Monday to Saturday, daytime and early evening

February 14, 1999

Routes 103 MOUNT PLEASANT NORTH and 74 MOUNT PLEASANT were to be combined on this date, into a single route running from Davisville Station via Yonge, Merton, and Mt. Pleasant to Doncliffe Loop. This was not implemented due to the concerns of local residents.

May 8, 2005

Accessible service is introduced utilizing low floor Orion VII buses on all runs, every day of the week.

November 23, 2008

As part of the TTC’s Ridership Growth Strategy, full service restored on this route, seven days a week, 18 hours a day.

May 8, 2011

As part of a series of system-wide service reductions caused by municipal budget cuts, service after 10 p.m. on Sundays and holidays is eliminated.

103

MT PLEASANT NORTH

 

103

MT PLEASANT NORTH

TO EGLINTON STN

TO DONCLIFFE

7 days a week, 18 hours a day
Except Sunday and holiday late evenings

September 6, 2015

Sunday and holiday late evening service restored. Buses operate at intervals of 30 minutes or better whenever the subway is open.


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This page contains a chronological history of the 103 Mount Pleasant North/103 Nortown East bus route.

103 Spadina North (1978-1984) was the previous history in this collection.

104 Faywood is the next history in this collection.

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