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315 Lansdowne Blue Night (1987-1992)

Compiled by Jeffrey Kay

February 9, 1987

As part of a significant expansion and re-branding of night transit services throughout Metropolitan Toronto, the TTC breaks off night service on the 47 LANSDOWNE trolley bus route and sets up the 315 LANSDOWNE BLUE NIGHT service. The service operates exactly the same as the Lansdowne trolley bus, operating from an off-street loop on the southwest corner of Lansdowne and St. Clair via south on Lansdowne to Queen, looping at Queen via west on Queen, north on MacDonnell and east on Seaforth.

LANSDOWNE

315

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7 days a week, “owl” service

January 5, 1992

Trolley coaches are removed from service and replaced by diesel buses.

February 16, 1992

Service discontinued. Service provided throughout the day only by 47 LANSDOWNE buses.