In fact, hardly any of the 14 overnight routes then in existence were strictly justified by demand any more, particularly on weekdays.
Subway customers needing to travel north of Lawrence Station after the subway closure need to transfer at the bus platform at Lawrence Station. Buses on the main branch are scheduled to operate every 3 minutes, 30 seconds from 1: Each station then closes as the last train passes it.
Night services retained the same route names and numbers as their daytime counterparts, perhaps with a suffixed letter if there was a variation in the exact routing. Retrieved 24 August It is the only TTC station named in this way; all other interchanges share the same name for both lines, including Sheppard—Yonge.
Due to its congestion, the TTC has had to expand the station. Photo by James Bow. The photo is by James Bow. History[ edit ] Before the Blue Night Network[ edit ] Toronto has had overnight streetcar service since the days of the Toronto Railway Company in the s, and the TTC continued it when they took over in List of Blue Night routes Blue Night routes operate with frequencies of every 30 minutes or better.
Establishment[ edit ] The Commission agreed to the expanded service, but could not stomach the elimination of so many routes. Photo by William Busuttil. All service is routed north on Yonge Street to Steeles Avenue.
On the subway system, the last trains on each line make a complete trip; the last trains running east, west, and north from Bloor—Yonge and St.
All entrances are located near the intersection of Bloor and Yonge streets. Statements consisting only of original research should be removed.
The Blue Night routes that parallel the subway lines keep running until that time, and their last buses terminate service at a subway station to facilitate transfers to the trains. Similarly, the automated station announcement system installed from — refers to the station as "Bloor" on Line 1 and "Yonge" on Line 2 respectively.
May Learn how and when to remove this template message The station was opened in and designed by Charles B.
Most regular service bus and streetcar routes cease operations at approximately 1: May This section possibly contains original research. Trains on the Sheppard Subway will also continue to operate.
Buses operated more frequently the closer to the opening of the subway and, back in the early s, articulated buses were used. Please improve it by verifying the claims made and adding inline citations. August 1, Early morning trips operate in both directions via Eglinton Station, seven days a week, so that customers can easily transfer to and from other routes within the station.
This concourse was closed and disappeared during the construction of the office building at 33 Bloor Street East in the late s. Service operates every half hour. No change to destination signs.Overnight services on Yonge Street are now designated as route YONGE instead of 97B YONGE, bringing the route in line with the newly established network of Blue Night services.
Service is provided on Yonge Street between Steeles Avenue and Lake Shore Boulevard. An official TTC map of YONGE NIGHT operations effective January. A year after TTC track supervisor Peter Pavlovski was struck and killed the TTC is admitting that its night crews frequently disregarded basic safety measures to save time.
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TTC Yonge Subway Nightly Early Closure June 19, In order to undertake necessary subway tunnel repairs, the TTC will be closing the Yonge Subway north of Lawrence Station approximately 90 minutes earlier each .Download