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North York (1941)

Compiled by Peter Coulman
Originally posted by Alan Gryfe

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April 1, 1941

Service begins on a new route operated by the TTC on behalf of North York Township. Buses operate from Otter Loop at the north end of the EGLINTON bus route via north on Avenue Road and west on Melrose Avenue to Bathurst Street, wying and returning via the reverse route. No transfers privileges were offered to connecting City of Toronto routes.

NORTH YORK

O T T E R
BATHURST

Monday to Saturday, rush hours only
(Sign assumed)

April 30, 1941

Last day of operation. Service discontinued. Service along Melrose Avenue would resume five years later as part of the WILSON bus.