TTC service changes

The TTC is introducing improved service and a few routing changes on the busses that serve Weston.

59 Maple Leaf

Busses will now come every 15 minutes instead of every 20 minutes during the afternoon rush hour.

Until November 15, Church Street will be closed between George Street and Rosemount Avenue for construction, and 59 buses will be rerouted.

58 Malton

The morning  and early evening peak periods will be extended to operate a more reliable service.  Service will be improved from every 12 minutes to every 10 minutes on Sundays and holidays.

52 Lawrence

The morning and early evening peak periods will be extended. In the morning peak period there will be no change to service levels, but specific trip times will change. In the early evening the service will worsen: from every 12 minutes to 13 minutes.

Service will be increased from every 12 minutes to every 10 minutes on Sundays and holidays.

35 Jane

Service will be increased in the afternoon peak period from Monday to Friday. The busses will run every 3:21 instead of every 3:37.  All busses will now come more frequently: every 18 minutes, instead of every 20.  The 35E will come every 13 minutes instead of every 15.

Thanks to Susan for the tip.

Author: Adam Norman

I am raising my two children in Weston.

3 thoughts on “TTC service changes”

  1. That Lawrence Ave traffic is terrible! Many times I’ve spent at least 45 min on Maple Leaf bus just going from subway to Keele St. Because of this I started taking the GO train either though it’s double the fare. Increase the service (finally) should help but congestion on Lawrence is always bad it’s been like this for a long time.

  2. Lawrence buses are impossible and often unavoidable. Not only is the traffic congested, especially with the reduction to one lane westbound at the Allen, but from Black Creek to Weston, the whole ride is a bone-shaker, worse than any other route in the city. The bus is jammed with people from 3:30 through 6, and it is a horrible horrible ride for people with no option but to use the bus to connect with the subways.

    Now Weston Rd is impossible with the lane reductions between Oak & St Phillips (again) in lethal combination with the closure of Church between St George & Rosemount, so that both directions are jammed, again.

    Thanks GO, thanks ARL, thanks for the community relations people who snarl or, worse, smile and come up empty even when specific problems (solvable problems of pedestrian safety, signage, etc) are pointed out.

    Hiss, boo.

  3. Funny there are news reports about building DRL (again) That should have built 50 years ago. If that was built we could been talking about building a above ground subway from Dundas to airport instead of diesel premium fare ARL! The stupidity of politicians just amazes me..

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