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TTC seasonal services are back with a new look

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Beginning on Sunday, On May 7, the 200-series route numbers and new look of the TTC seasonal routes to popular parks and attractions will be available.

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On maps, station signs, and stop poles, seasonal routes are now easily identifiable to customers by white and pink branding.

Customers will be able to travel via Port Union Rd between Rouge Hill GO Station and the Toronto Zoo with the introduction of a brand-new, specialized Toronto Zoo service by the TTC. likewise Sheppard Ave. E. on weekends from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. The TTC will bring back popular seasonal routes to Cherry Beach and Bluffer’s Park during the summer.

The 203 High Park will resume weekend and holiday service in June.

“We need to make it simple for individuals to take the TTC to visit the Toronto Zoo, stops and sea shores across the city this late spring,” said Appointee Chairman Jennifer McKelvie. ” The City of Toronto is proud to support the TTC’s seasonal routes, which are a cleaner and greener way to get around during the summer.

According to TTC Chair Jon Burnside, “These seasonal routes are a great way for Torontonians to use transit to embrace all that our city has to offer this spring and summer.” The TTC puts in a lot of effort each year to make sure that both locals and tourists can get to parks and other attractions quickly, easily, and safely. I thank the committed group at the TTC for carrying these new occasional administrations to our clients.”

“We keep on being focused on conveying the assistance our clients need, including once again introducing courses to famous warm-climate objections across the city,” said TTC President Rick Leary. ” In addition, we are pleased to introduce a brand-new route to the Toronto Zoo and new branding to our seasonal routes to make exploring Toronto and using the TTC even simpler.

Starting Sun., May 7, the 200 Toronto Zoo will run like clockwork on ends of the week from 8 a.m., to 9 p.m. In June, administration hours will be acclimated to run Monday – Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. to all the more likely adjust administration to Toronto Zoo working hours.

On Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, the 201 Bluffer’s Park will run between Kennedy Station and Bluffer’s Park during the day and early evening. Every 15 minutes, buses will arrive. The 202 Cherry Beach will run between Union Station and Cherry Beach from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday, and from 9 a.m. to 12 a.m. on weekends. A new weekday service will be tested on this route in June. The service will run from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. On weekdays, buses will arrive every 30 minutes, while on weekends and holidays, they will arrive every 15 minutes.

On Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, the 203 High Park will begin operating between High Park Station and High Park in the morning and afternoon on June 18. West Road will be used by this route. and Colborne Lodge Drive, with 20-minute bus runs.

For more information about seasonal service changes, customers are encouraged to visit and follow @TTCnotices on Twitter for the most recent service information.

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