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Changes coming to the 503 Kingston Road and 512 St Clair routes on 4th July

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The TTC is pleased to announce that the 503 Kingston Road will return next week as an every day bus service

The TTC is satisfied to report that the 503 Kingston Street will return one week from now as a consistently transport administration, giving clients in the east-end more choices for getting to and from the midtown center.

Beginning Tues., July 4, the 503 Kingston Street transport will be planned to work at regular intervals, from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday – Saturday, and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sundays, between Bingham Circle and York St, with the 505 Dundas trolley serving Bingham Circle after 8 p.m. as is right now the situation.

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The 503 Kingston Road bus service will be available every day beginning July 30 from 6 a.m. to 1 a.m., Monday through Saturday, and from 8 a.m. to 1 a.m. on Sundays. The TTC hopes to return trolleys to support on the 503 Kingston Street in the Fall.

Initially a work day, busy time administration between the Upper Sea shores and Monetary Locale, the 503 Kingston Street was suspended because of low ridership during the pandemic, with the 505 Dundas trolley serving a similar stretch of Kingston Rd. between Sovereign St. also, Bingham Circle. Resumption of the help was recognized as really important during improvement of the TTC’s 2023 Yearly Assistance Plan.

Due to customer feedback and rising ridership, the 503 Kingston Road service was to be reinstated as part of the 2023 Annual Service Plan.

Also next week, beginning on Wednesday, July 5, the 512 St Clair trolley administration will briefly continue between Lansdowne Ave and Gunns Circle, which has been presented with substitution transports. A defer in arranged development in the space will permit the TTC to continue full trolley administration until August.

The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) is committed to informing customers about service disruptions caused by work and other events as well as alternative routes. Subscribe to e-Alerts or follow @TTCNotices on Twitter for the most recent information.

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