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311 Islington Blue Night (1987-2015)

Compiled by Pete Coulman

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February 9, 1987

As part of a major expansion and rebranding of the TTC’s night services, service begins on the 311 ISLINGTON BLUE NIGHT route, providing night service on Islington Avenue in place of 37 ISLINGTON and 110 ISLINGTON SOUTH. Buses operate from Lake Shore Boulevard (looping via west on Lake Shore, north on Eighth Street and east on Birmingham to Islington) via north on Islington to loop at the off-street loop at Steeles Avenue. Buses operate every 30 minutes.

ISLINGTON

311

S T E E L E S
LAKE SHORE

7 days a week, “owl” service

February 18, 1996

Service extended at the north end. Instead of looping at Islington and Steeles, buses continue west on Steeles to Kipling, looping at the off-street loop there.

311

ISLINGTON

 

311

ISLINGTON

TO STEELES

TO LAKE SHORE

7 days a week, “owl” service

February 18, 2007

Service extended at the north end. Buses now loop from the Finch/Islington intersection via north on Islington, west on Steeles, north on Kipling through the Steeles/Kipling loop, south on Kipling and east on Finch Avenue to Islington, returning to Lake Shore Boulevard via south on Islington.

September 5, 2015

Last day of operation. Service replaced the following night by the renumbered 337 ISLINGTON NIGHT route.


311 Islington Night Image Archive