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308 Finch East Blue Night (1987-2015)

Compiled by Jeffrey Kay
Map by John Calnan (click on the image to view the full PDF)

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February 9, 1987

New overnight service introduced between Finch Station and Tapscott, along most of the daytime route of 39 FINCH EAST, as part of the new overnight “Blue Night Network” extending night service throughout Metropolitan Toronto. In the east end, buses loop north on Finchdene then west and north on Finchdene Square, west on Newgale and south on Tapscott.

FINCH EAST

308

MARKHAM ROAD
FINCH STN

7 days a week, “owl” service

May 8, 1994

Articulated vehicles replaced with regular 40 foot buses. No change in levels of service.

November 21, 1999

East end looping is expanded. Buses now operate north on Finchdene and then north, west and south on Finchdene Square, west on Newgale and south on Tapscott.

January 2000

(Date approximate) This line is designated as an ACCESSIBLE route with all trips operated by new lift-equipped Orion V buses.

April 1, 2001

Route interlined with 309 FINCH WEST BLUE NIGHT buses at Yonge Street. Upon arrival at Yonge Street, eastbound 309 buses change their route sign to “308 - to Markham Road” while westbound 308 buses change their sign to “309 - to Humberwood”.

308

FINCH EAST

 

308

FINCH EAST

TO MARKHAM ROAD

TO FINCH STN

7 days a week, “owl” service

September 5, 2015

Last day of operation. Service replaced the next day by the renumbered 339 FINCH EAST NIGHT route.


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