41 Keele

041 Keele 2010 Map

A map of the 41 Keele route, circa 2010. Click on the map to see maps of the route, dating back to its inception in 1952. Maps by John Calnan.

Compiled by Jeffrey Kay
With assistance by Pete Coulman
Historical Map by John Calnan.

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November 28, 1952

The Townships of York and North York contract the City of Toronto’s transit agency, the Toronto Transportation Commission, to launch this new route.

Buses run during rush hours from St. Clair Avenue West and Old Weston Road to Wilson Avenue along Old Weston, Rogers Road, Keele Street, Trethewey Drive, Yore Road and Keele Street to Keelegate Drive (just north of Wilson). At the north end, buses wye and return, while at the south end, buses loop east on Rockwell Avenue, south on Silverthorn Avenue and west on St. Clair.

The TTC provides additional service between St. Clair and Eglinton Avenue West, with buses looping east on Strathnairn Avenue, south on Richardson Avenue and west on Lonborough Avenue.

K E E L E

WILSON
ST. CLAIR

Monday to Friday, rush hours only

K E E L E

EGLINTON
ST. CLAIR

Monday to Friday, rush hours only

The route operates in three suburban zones. The zone 1-2 boundary is at the York / North York boundary just north of the Northwestern Hospital. The zone 2-3 boundary is at Maple Leaf Drive.

January 1, 1954

With the creation of the Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, the townships transfer responsibility for the route to the new metropolitan transit agency, the Toronto Transit Commission. The short turn service to Strathnairn operates during morning rush hours only.

K E E L E

WILSON
ST. CLAIR

Monday to Friday, rush hours only

K E E L E

EGLINTON
ST. CLAIR

Monday to Friday, morning rush hours only

July 1, 1954

The TTC extends service north from Keelegate to Sheppard Avenue West, with buses turning back in a parking lot at this intersection. It introduces new zone boundaries, with the first suburban zone extending from Keele and Donald Avenue (three blocks north of Rogers) to Wilson and the second suburban zone extending from Wilson to the north end of the route.

Also on this date, the TTC cancels short turn service to Eglinton. Hours of operation increase to seven days a week: 18 hours a day, 7 days a week (service starts at 9 a.m., Sundays and holidays).

K E E L E

SHEPPARD
ST. CLAIR

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

October 3, 1955

Buses begin operating along a new rush hour branch between St. Clair and Calvington Drive, then run west and south on Calvington, looping east and north on Forthbridge Crescent. The TTC assigns the route number 41.

K E E L E

41

SHEPPARD
ST. CLAIR

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41A

FORTHBRIDGE
ST. CLAIR

Monday to Friday, rush hours only

August 5, 1956

The TTC splits all service at the intersection of Keele and Calvington, with alternate buses operating along Calvington to Forthbridge or Keele to Sheppard, seven days a week: eighteen hours a day.

K E E L E

41

SHEPPARD
ST. CLAIR

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41A

FORTHBRIDGE
ST. CLAIR

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

July 27, 1958

Service extends south of St. Clair along Old Weston and Davenport Roads to St. Clarens loop at Davenport and St. Clarens Avenue, one block east of Lansdowne Avenue, replacing the temporary SYMINGTON bus route, which, in turn, had replaced a section of the HARBORD streetcar route.

The TTC also introduced short turn service between St. Clarens and Townsley loops, though it’s not certain when this service operated. (Note that, after December 8, 1947, the TTC operated a short-turn HARBORD streetcar service seven days a week from midnight until 1:30 a.m. between Townsley loop and Lansdowne — partially to replace late night service on the canceled DOVERCOURT streetcar route. The short-turn between St. Clarens and Townsley likely replaced this service.)

K E E L E

41

SHEPPARD
LANSDOWNE

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41A

FORTHBRIDGE
LANSDOWNE

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41C

ST. CLAIR
LANSDOWNE

Hours unconfirmed
Possibly: 7 days a week, late evenings

October 14, 1958

The TTC adds more short-turn service, with buses possibly operating during rush hours only, between Lansdowne and Eglinton, looping via north on Trethewey, east on Yore, south on Keele and west on Eglinton Avenue West.

K E E L E

41

SHEPPARD
LANSDOWNE

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41A

FORTHBRIDGE
LANSDOWNE

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41B

EGLINTON
LANSDOWNE

Monday to Friday, rush hours only

K E E L E

41C

ST. CLAIR
LANSDOWNE

Hours unconfirmed
Possibly: 7 days a week, late evenings

March 16, 1959

St. Clair short-turn service extended north, looping east along Rogers and south and west on Kane Avenue.

K E E L E

41

SHEPPARD
LANSDOWNE

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41A

FORTHBRIDGE
LANSDOWNE

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41B

EGLINTON
LANSDOWNE

Monday to Friday, rush hours only

K E E L E

41D

ROGERS
LANSDOWNE

Hours unconfirmed
Possibly: 7 days a week, late evenings

April 25, 1960

The TTC cancels the Rogers Road short-turn service. It cancels the Eglinton short-turn service soon after.

September 4, 1962

During Monday-to-Friday daytime, the TTC extends the route west on Sheppard from Keele to Weston Road, with buses looping north on Rivalda Road, west on Bradstock Drive and south on Weston Road. Buses still turn at Sheppard on Monday-to-Friday evenings and on weekends.

K E E L E

41

SHEPPARD
LANSDOWNE

Monday to Friday evenings
Weekend and holidays, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41A

FORTHBRIDGE
LANSDOWNE

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41E

WESTON ROAD
LANSDOWNE

Monday to Friday, rush hours and midday

October 9, 1962

The looping at Weston Road reversed. Buses run north on Weston Road, east on Bradstock and south on Rivalda.

September 8, 1964

An extension of the 84 SHEPPARD route replaces 41 KEELE service on Sheppard between Keele and Weston Road. Weekday rush hour and midday service is extended north on Keele to Finch Avenue West, with buses looping via east on Finch, south on Tangiers Road and west on Toro Road.

K E E L E

41

SHEPPARD
LANSDOWNE

Monday to Friday evenings
Weekend and holidays, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41A

FORTHBRIDGE
LANSDOWNE

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41B

F I N C H
LANSDOWNE

Monday to Friday, rush hours and midday

February 6, 1965

Shuttle service operates between Finch Avenue and the new CNR Yard just north of Highway 7 in Vaughan Township. At Finch, buses loop via east on Finch, south on Tangiers and west on Toro. During evenings and weekends, these shuttle buses continue south to Sheppard. At the north end, buses loop on an off-street loop on the west side of Keele at the CNR North Gate.

Buses on this branch display a “41S Short Turn” rollsign and use a window card saying “CNR Yard”. A new zone boundary is introduced at Steeles Avenue.

K E E L E

41

SHEPPARD
LANSDOWNE

Monday to Friday evenings
Weekend and holidays, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41A

FORTHBRIDGE
LANSDOWNE

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41B

F I N C H
LANSDOWNE

Monday to Friday, rush hours and midday

S H O R T
T U R N

41S

K E E L E

To Finch: Monday to Friday, midday
To Sheppard: Monday to Friday evenings
weekends and holidays, 18 hours a day.

February 21, 1965

The CNR Yard Shuttle is replaced by through service between the CNR Yard and Lansdowne.

K E E L E

41

SHEPPARD
LANSDOWNE

Monday to Friday evenings
Weekend and holidays, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41A

FORTHBRIDGE
LANSDOWNE

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41B

F I N C H
LANSDOWNE

Monday to Friday, rush hours and midday
(reduced to rush hours only at a later date)

K E E L E

41C

HIGHWAY 7
LANSDOWNE

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

September 7, 1965

A new rush hour service is inaugurated between York University and Lansdowne. Buses on the 41B branch loop west via the Main Road clockwise, exiting on the north service road to Keele. This replaces the Finch rush hour short turn service. Weekday evening short turn service to Sheppard is also discontinued.

K E E L E

41

SHEPPARD
LANSDOWNE

Weekend and holidays, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41A

FORTHBRIDGE
LANSDOWNE

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41B

STEELES
LANSDOWNE

Monday to Friday, rush hours only

K E E L E

41C

HIGHWAY 7
LANSDOWNE

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

October 2, 1965

Saturday evening short turn service to Sheppard discontinued with more buses through routed to Highway 7.

February 26, 1966

With the opening of the BLOOR-DANFORTH SUBWAY, all branches extended south on Lansdowne to connect with the subway at Lansdowne station. Buses loop via west on Jenet, then south and east on Wade. In addition to this, a new short turn service established between Lansdowne station and Lawrence, looping via east on Quinan, north on Sparta and west on North Park, effectively replacing the short turn service to Sheppard.

K E E L E

41A

FORTHBRIDGE
LANSDOWNE STN

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41B

STEELES
LANSDOWNE STN

Monday to Friday, rush hours only

K E E L E

41C

HIGHWAY 7
LANSDOWNE STN

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41D

LAWRENCE
LANSDOWNE STN

Monday to Saturday, daytime hours
(Note: branch designation assumed)

May 24, 1966

Short turn service to Lawrence discontinued.

September ??, 1968

Midday service added to the York University/Steeles branch.

K E E L E

41A

FORTHBRIDGE
LANSDOWNE STN

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41B

STEELES
LANSDOWNE STN

Monday to Friday, rush hours and midday

K E E L E

41C

HIGHWAY 7
LANSDOWNE STN

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

November 3, 1969

York University looping expanded to connect with the new 60 STEELES bus. Buses now loop through the University via west on the Main entrance road north, west and north on the service road, and east on Steeles to Keele.

February 7, 1971 or earlier

Evening and Saturday service added to the York University/Steeles branch.

June 27, 1971

Highway 7 service extended to the CNR North Road

K E E L E

41A

FORTHBRIDGE
LANSDOWNE STN

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41B

STEELES
LANSDOWNE STN

Monday to Saturday, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41C

CNR YARD
LANSDOWNE STN

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

January 3, 1972 or earlier

Sunday service added to York University/Steeles branch

July 23, 1973

Some Highway 7 trips extended north on Keele to the Town of Maple, looping in the parking lot of the Maple Arena. The fare zone boundary for the 4th suburban zone is at Rutherford Road.

Off-peak looping at York University is revised, and given a new branch designation. 41D buses now run west on Murray Ross, north on Niagara (now known as Sentinel), east north and west on Fraser, north on Ottawa and east on Steeles. Rush hour service to York University continues to follow the old looping, The “Main Road” has been renamed St. Lawrence by this date.

K E E L E

41A

FORTHBRIDGE
LANSDOWNE STN

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41B

STEELES
LANSDOWNE STN

Monday to Friday, rush hours only

K E E L E

41C

CNR YARD
LANSDOWNE STN

7 days a week, 18 hours a day
Except Monday to Friday, midday

K E E L E

41D

YORK UNIVERSITY
LANSDOWNE STN

7 days a week, 18 hours a day
Except Monday to Friday, rush hours.

K E E L E

41F

M A P L E
LANSDOWNE STN

Monday to Friday, rush hours and midday

June 23, 1975

The ‘Forthbridge’ service is rerouted at the south end during rush hours. Buses now run south from Davenport via Symington, then east on Bloor and north on Lansdowne looping west on Jenet south and east on Wade, returning north on the reverse routing. The change is not initially reflected on the rollsigns.

September 2, 1975

Service north of CNR Yard (41F branch) is replaced by Vaughan Transit.

June 27, 1976

All ‘Forthbridge’ trips now run via Symington and use branch desingation 41B. York Univrsity/Steeles trips are redesignated as the “main” 41 branch.

K E E L E

41

STEELES
LANSDOWNE STN

Monday to Friday, rush hours only

K  E  E  L  E
via SYMINGTON

41B

FORTHBRIDGE
LANSDOWNE STN

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41C

CNR YARD
LANSDOWNE STN

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41D

YORK UNIVERSITY
LANSDOWNE STN

7 days a week, 18 hours a day
Except Monday to Friday, rush hours.

January 28, 1978

Coincident with the opening of the SPADINA SUBWAY, service north of Steeles to the CNR Yard is replaced by the new 107 KEELE NORTH route. All buses looping at York University now use the loop west on St. Lawrence, north and west on Fraser, north on Ottawa and east on Steeles, and are designated 41D. The “main” Steeles branch is revised to loop east on Canartic, north on Petrolia, and west on Steeles.

K E E L E

41

STEELES
LANSDOWNE STN

Monday to Friday, rush hours only

K  E  E  L  E
via SYMINGTON

41B

FORTHBRIDGE
LANSDOWNE STN

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41D

YORK UNIVERSITY
LANSDOWNE STN

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

April 16, 1978

Late night York University trips (after 12.30am) seven days a week now use an expanded looping west on Murray Ross, north on Niagara, east north and west on Fraser, north on Ottawa and east on Steeles. No change to destination signs.

February 19, 1979

‘Steeles’ loop is reversed now running east on Steeles, south on Petrolia and west on Canarctic.

February 7, 1983

Two York University evening trips (at about 10pm) now service the Ross Humanities building. These specially designated trips are not shown on Pocket Timetable issued later in 1983, so it is not certain if this service was carried on for more than a few weeks.

January 1, 1984

The ‘Forthbridge’ service is replaced by the new 120 CALVINGTON route running from Wilson Station. A new short turn service begins operation between Lansdowne Station and Wilson (via Symington), looping through the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MTC) property between 7am and 7pm, buses enter west off Keele north of Highway 401, then north to Wilson. At other times buses use an off-street loop (on the MTC property) on the south side of Wilson just west of Keele.

K E E L E

41

STEELES
LANSDOWNE STN

Monday to Friday, rush hours only

K  E  E  L  E
via SYMINGTON

41A

W I L S O N
LANSDOWNE STN

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41D

YORK UNIVERSITY
LANSDOWNE STN

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

April 15, 1985

Coincident with the rerouting of 18 CALEDONIA buses via Lansdowne to Lansdowne Station, all 41 KEELE buses are revised to operate via Symington and Bloor both ways to and from Lansdowne Station. No change in destination signs.

At some point soon after this, looping at Lansdowne Station is revised to west on Paton, south and east on Wade. Since this looping just north of the station and south of Lansdowne garage did not carry passengers and there were no stops here, it will be very difficult to pin the official date of this routing change.

September 3, 1985

Monday through Friday midday service to Wilson is eliminated and all trips run through to York University.

February 17, 1986

Monday through Friday rush hour service and Saturday service until about 7pm to Wilson is eliminated and all trips run through to York University.

August 31, 1986

A new Monday through Friday evening branch to Forthbridge via Calvington is introduced. This replaces evening service previously provided by the 120 CALVINGTON route. Saturday evening and all day Sunday service to York University is improved, and the short turn service to Wilson is no longer operated during any periods. Though this replaces the old 41B “Forthbridge” branch, rollsign destinations show “WILSON” Pocket Timetable in 1986 to 1987 show that the 41B designation is used again for the Forthbridge service, but the 41A designation and route signs show up again in 1988.

This minimal cost interim service change was approved and implemented on September 2nd, 1986. It was noted at the time that ridership on Calvington Drive did not justify this service and, should ridership increase on the KEELE (41D-Steeles) through service north of Calvington Drive, it would be necessary to discontinue the newly-restored KEELE (41B-WILSON) weekday evening short-turn branch to accommodate this potential increase in ridership.

K E E L E

41

STEELES
LANSDOWNE STN

Monday to Friday, rush hours only

K  E  E  L  E
via SYMINGTON

41B

W I L S O N
LANSDOWNE STN

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

K E E L E

41D

YORK UNIVERSITY
LANSDOWNE STN

7 days a week, 18 hours a day

June 29, 1987

Evening buses looping at York University now stop at the Ross Humanities building.

February 19, 1990

The York University and Steeles loops are combined weekdays until about 7pm. This provides a new midday service through the industrial area. The new 41B loop (41B “Wilson” branch having been redesignated 41A) is operated west on St. Lawrence, north and west on Fraser, north on Ottawa, east on Steeles, south on Petrolia and west on Canarctic.

K  E  E  L  E
via SYMINGTON

41A

W I L S O N
LANSDOWNE STN

Monday to Friday, evenings

K  E  E  L  E
via YORK UNIVERSITY

41B

STEELES
LANSDOWNE STN

Monday to Friday, rush hours and midday

K E E L E

41D

YORK UNIVERSITY
LANSDOWNE STN

Monday to Friday, evenings
Weekends and holidays, 18 hours a day

June 21, 1992

Looping at York University now includes service to York Lanes at all times.

May 1993 or earlier

The late evening loop via Murray Ross and Sentinel now begins at approximately 10 PM. It previous started just after midnight

May 9, 1993

The 41C Route sign is now set up for the late evening trips via Murray Ross and Sentinel. Signs for 41B and 41D are revised.

K E E L E

41A

W I L S O N
LANSDOWNE STN

Monday to Friday, evenings

K  E  E  L  E
via YORK UNIVERSITY

41B

STEELES&PETROLIA
LANSDOWNE STN

Monday to Friday, rush hours and midday

K  E  E  L  E
via MURRAY ROSS

41C

YORK UNIVERSITY
LANSDOWNE STN

Limited Service

K E E L E

41D

YORK UNIVERSITY
LANSDOWNE STN

Monday to Friday, evenings
Weekends and holidays, 18 hours a day

February 13, 1994

All branches are rerouted at south end via St.Clair and Keele to and from the Keele Station. The 41D branch is redesignated 41. The service south of St.Clair replaced by the new 168 SYMINGTON bus.

NORTHBOUND

 

SOUTHBOUND

 

 

 

41

K E E L E

 

TO KEELE STN

7 days a week 18 hours a day

41

K E E L E

 

 

 

TO YORK UNIVERSITY
AND STEELES

 

Monday to Friday, evenings
Weekend and holidays, 18 hours a day

41A

K E E L E

 

 

 

TO WILSON

 

Monday to Friday, evenings

41B

K E E L E

 

 

 

TO STEELES&PETROLIA
VIA YORK UNIVERSITY

 

Monday to Friday, rush hours and midday

41C

K E E L E

 

 

 

TO YORK UNIVERSITY
AND STEELES
VIA MURRAY ROSS

 

Limited Service

February 18, 1996

Due to reduced government subsidies, services are reduced system wide, including the elimination of service on Forthbridge. Monday through Friday 41A evening service is now extended north from Calvington on Keele, just beyond Sheppard to turn east, around the loop and west on St.Regis.

NORTHBOUND

 

SOUTHBOUND

 

 

 

41

K E E L E

 

TO KEELE STN

7 days a week 18 hours a day

41

K E E L E

 

 

 

TO YORK UNIVERSITY
AND STEELES

 

Monday to Friday, evenings
Weekend and holidays, 18 hours a day

41A

K E E L E

 

 

 

TO SHEPPARD

 

Monday to Friday, evenings

41B

K E E L E

 

 

 

TO STEELES&PETROLIA
VIA YORK UNIVERSITY

 

Monday to Friday, rush hours and midday

41C

K E E L E

 

 

 

TO YORK UNIVERSITY
AND STEELES
VIA MURRAY ROSS

 

Limited Service

February 16, 1997

This route is now designated as accessible route and uses lift equipped buses on all off peak trips and most rush hour trips.

September 2, 1997

Late evening service to the St.Regis area (“41A-Sheppard”) is discontinued and all buses run through to York University via Murray Ross.

October 12, 1997

Late evening service on Saturdays, Sundays and Holiday now loops via Murray Ross, to match Monday through Friday service. The May 1991 Pocket Timetable shows late trips via Murray Ross. It is not know when this service was discontinued on Saturdays Sundays and Holidays.

March 21, 1998

The Lift equipped buses transferred to other routes, rendering the route inaccessible.

March 17, 2000

Last day for early evening short turn service to Sheppard and St.Regis. All evening trips now run to York University.

October 16, 2005

Late evening service via Murray Ross, Sentinel, and The Pond is withdrawn. During this period all buses will follow the branch 41 (no letter) routing from Keele via York Blvd to the University Common Area.

NORTHBOUND

 

SOUTHBOUND

 

 

 

41

K E E L E

 

TO KEELE STN

7 days a week 18 hours a day

41

K E E L E

 

 

 

TO YORK UNIVERSITY
AND STEELES

 

Monday to Friday, evenings
Weekend and holidays, 18 hours a day

41B

K E E L E

 

 

 

TO STEELES&PETROLIA
VIA YORK UNIVERSITY

 

Monday to Friday, rush hours and midday

February 7, 2007

Accessible service reintroduced, using low floor Orion VII buses on all runs, every day of the week.

October 13, 2009

A new peak period Express service is introduced between Keele Station and the York University Common Area. Buses operate both ways via Keele, Weston Rd., Rogers, Keele, Murray Ross, North-South Busway and York Blvd. Note that express buses run via Weston Road north of St. Clair while local buses continue to operate on Old Weston. Intermediate stops are only made at St. Clair, Weston & Rogers/Avon, Keele & Rogers, Donald, Eglinton, Ingram/Gulliver, Lawrence, Falstaff, Wilson, Sheppard, Finch, and at Murray Ross & Busway.

NORTHBOUND

 

SOUTHBOUND

 

 

 

41

K E E L E

 

TO KEELE STN

7 days a week 18 hours a day

41

K E E L E

 

 

 

TO YORK UNIVERSITY
AND STEELES

 

Monday to Friday, evenings
Weekend and holidays, 18 hours a day

41B

K E E L E

 

 

 

TO STEELES&PETROLIA
VIA YORK UNIVERSITY

 

Monday to Friday, rush hours and midday

41E

K E E L E

 

41E

K E E L E

E X P R E S S
TO YORK UNIVERSITY

E X P R E S S
TO KEELE STN

Monday to Friday, rush hours only

June 22, 2014

As part of a system-wide revision of the TTC’s route branch designation policy, northbound buses operating on the “main” 41 branch to York University and Steeles are redesignated 41A. All southbound buses continue to show just “41 KEELE”.

NORTHBOUND

 

SOUTHBOUND

 

 

 

41

K E E L E

 

TO KEELE STN

7 days a week 18 hours a day

41A

K E E L E

 

 

 

TO YORK UNIVERSITY
AND STEELES

 

Monday to Friday, evenings
Weekend and holidays, 18 hours a day

41B

K E E L E

 

 

 

TO STEELES&PETROLIA
VIA YORK UNIVERSITY

 

Monday to Friday, rush hours and midday

41E

K E E L E

 

41E

K E E L E

E X P R E S S
TO YORK UNIVERSITY

E X P R E S S
TO KEELE STN

Monday to Friday, rush hours only

January 8, 2017

Service is temporarily rerouted off of Keele Street near York University due to traffic delays resulting from construction around the SPADINA SUBWAY extension to York University and Vaughan. Northbound 41A buses operate via north on Keele, east on Toro Road, north and west on Tangiers Road, west on the Murray Ross Parkway, north on the York University busway, west on York Boulevard, looping through the Commons, east on York Boulevard, north-east on Diversion Road, north-east on Ian MacDonald Boulevard and north on Founders Road to Steeles Avenue West. Buses return via east on Steeles, south on Keele, west on York, south on the York University Busway, east on Murray Ross Parkway, east and south on Tangiers, and west on Toro before resuming their regular route south on Keele Street. Southbound 41B “Petrolia” buses operate from Petrolia Road and Canarctic Drive, via west on Canarctic, and follow the same diversion.

This diversion was originally planned to be in place for the June 2016 board period, and then the September 2016 board period, but this did not materialize.

Service on 341 KEELE NIGHT is unaffected.


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