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35 Jane
Adjusted to Terminate at the New Mount Dennis Station on Line 5
City wards: Ward 5 - York South-Weston
Time periods: All times

The recommended 35 Jane route will be adjusted to terminate at the new Mount Dennis Station on Line 5, providing customers on Jane St north of Eglinton Ave West with a
direct connection to Line 5. In addition, by shortening the 35 Jane to Eglinton Ave and serving the southern section of the route with the 27 Jane South, customers can expect more reliable service on the route and service levels better tailored to ridership demand. Customers that are travelling through Eglinton Ave can still make use of 935 Jane Express, which will remain unchanged. The 35 Jane service will continue to operate two branches. The 35A will operate from Pioneer Village Station to Mount Dennis Station via Steeles Ave West, Jane St, Eglinton Ave West, Keelesdale Rd, Photography Dr to Mount Dennis Station. The 35B service will operate during peak periods from Pioneer
Village Station to Mount Dennis Station along the same route with the addition of Peter Kaiser Gate, Hullmar Dr and York Gate.

The change would provide a direct connection to customers transferring to Line 5. This change would make service worse for customers currently travelling across Jane St
through Eglinton Ave West as they would experience longer travel times and an additional transfer between 35 Jane and 27 Jane South at Mount Dennis Station. As
well, those who choose to utilize 935 Jane Express instead might experience longer walk and wait times due to the limited stop and less frequent service. However, the
change in weighted travel time shows that the benefit of the new connection to Line 5 is greater than the inconvenience of the additional transfer or walk and wait time. Overall,
the change would make service better for customers and therefore is recommended.

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They have added left turn signals to the southbound Jane & Eglinton intersection, but not yet activated. Currently, they have left signals for the northbound Jane & Eglinton intersection. Would have thought they would have improved the farside eastbound bus stop at the Jane & Eglinton intersection, but is currently just the right traffic lane.
 
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34 Eglinton
Adjusted to Serve Parallel the entire length of Line 5
City wards: Ward 5 - York South-Weston, Ward 8 - Eglinton-Lawrence, Ward 9 -
Davenport, Ward 12 - Toronto-St. Paul's, Ward 15 - Don Valley West, Ward 16 - Don
Valley East, Ward 21 - Scarborough Centre
Time periods: All times

This recommended route will be adjusted to operate parallel to Line 5, serving all surface transit stops on the corridor from Mount Dennis Station to Kennedy Station. The
purpose of 34 Eglinton is to provide local transit access along the Eglinton Ave corridor. The original proposal for this route was to operate parallel to the below-grade portion of
Line 5, from Mount Dennis Station to Science Centre Station, serving all surface transit stops on this segment. However, during the consultations for the 2022 ASP, many
customers and stakeholders highlighted the importance of access to local transit, including along the above-ground portion of Line 5 east of Science Centre Station. In
order to address this, we adjusted the proposal for 34 Eglinton to run parallel the entire length of Line 5.

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Existing customers travelling through Yonge St today will no longer be required to transfer between the 34 Eglinton and 32 Eglinton West unless travelling beyond Mount
Dennis Station. Customers travelling along the Eglinton Ave corridor will have the option to use Line 5 or 34 Eglinton to make the trip from Kennedy Station to Mount Dennis
Station. Selecting Line 5 to travel across the corridor would decrease overall travel times for users and eliminate the transfer currently required to travel across Yonge St.
For users seeking a shorter access distance to local transit stops, the 34 Eglinton will continue to make all local stops along the corridor, and will also provide service across
Yonge St, eliminating the current need for a transfer. The consolidation of service on the Eglinton corridor would result in some increased wait times for users of the 34 Eglinton, but these would be significantly outweighed by the reduction in travel time on the corridor via Line 5. Overall, this change is an improvement for customers and, therefore, is recommended.
 

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100 Flemingdon Park
Revised Service to Eglinton Avenue East and Additional branch operating on
Linkwood Lane
City wards: Ward 14 - Toronto-Danforth, Ward 15 - Don Valley West, Ward 16 - Don
Valley East
Time periods: All times

The recommended 100 Flemingdon Park bus route will be restructured around the Eglinton Ave East and Don Mills Rd area to terminate at Science Centre Station. This change will provide new and faster connections to Line 5 and the Eglinton Ave corridor, especially for residents of the Flemingdon Park and Thorncliffe Park neighbourhoods.

The 100A Flemingdon Park will operate from Broadview Station to Science Centre Station via Grenoble Dr. Service along Linkwood Ln, currently operated by 34C Eglinton East, will be replaced by 100B Flemingdon Park.

During the consultation process for the 2022 ASP, a major concern brought forward by participants was the lack of an accessible connection between route 100 Flemingdon Park and Wynford Station on Line 5. As a result, the City of Toronto plans to build an accessible ramp to connect Wynford Dr and Eglinton Ave East to mitigate this issue.

The changes to the 100 Flemingdon Park and its branches will decrease service duplication on Grenoble Dr and will also result in more direct connections to the city core and the Eglinton Ave corridor through the Line 5 transfers. The direct connection to Line 5 will reduce travel time for customers and attract more riders to the network. Overall, this change is an improvement for customers and, therefore, is recommended.

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51 Leslie and 56 Leaside
Service Reallocation and Extension to Donlands Station
City wards: Ward 12 - Toronto-St. Paul's, Ward 14 - Toronto-Danforth, Ward 15 - Don
Valley West, Ward 16 - Don Valley East, Ward 17 - Don Valley North
Time periods: All times

The 56 Leaside route will be cancelled, and its service will be reallocated to the restructured 51 Leslie, which will extend to Donlands Station on Line 2.

From Donlands Station, the revised 51 Leslie will travel north along Donlands Ave to serve Laird Station on Line 5, as well as Sunnybrook Park Station, before continuing north along Leslie St. At Lawrence Ave East, the route will branch into the 51A Leslie, which will continue along Leslie St, and the 51B Leslie, which will travel along Lawrence Ave East to Don Mills Rd. The new 51B branch from Donlands Station to The Donway will provide additional service between Eglinton Ave (Line 5) and Line 2, on Leslie St south of Lawrence Ave East, on Lawrence Ave East between Leslie St and Don Mills Rd, and on The Donway East and West.

As a result, customers that currently travel along the Eglinton Ave East corridor on 51Leslie will experience an additional transfer to Line 5, while their in-vehicle travel times
on the Eglinton Ave corridor will decrease. Furthermore, with the addition of 51B, wait times for service on Leslie St between Eglinton Ave East and Lawrence Ave East will decrease. The direct routing from Leslie St to Donlands Station will also eliminate a transfer for customers to access Line 2. Overall, this change reduces weighted travel time for customers using the route and, therefore, is recommended.

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54 Lawrence East
Revised Routing on Eglinton and Extension to Science Centre Station
City wards: Ward 12 - Toronto-St. Paul's, Ward 15 - Don Valley West, Ward 16 - Don
Valley East, Ward 21 - Scarborough Centre, Ward 24 - Scarborough Guildwood, Ward
25 - Scarborough-Rouge Park
Time periods: All times

The recommended 54 Lawrence East route will be adjusted to terminate at the new Science Centre Station to provide a direct connection to Line 5 while removing service duplication along Eglinton Ave East. From the new Science Centre Station, the route will travel north along Don Mills Rd, to Lawrence Ave East. Its former routing along Leslie St will be served by the 51 Leslie.

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Current 54 Lawrence East customers travelling along Eglinton Ave will have a direct transfer to the 34 Eglinton or Line 5. The more direct connection to Line 5 via Don Mills Rd will result in shorter in-vehicle travel times for customers travelling along the Eglinton Ave corridor and those travelling to the city core. However, this change would make service worse for customers using the 54 Lawrence East to travel across Lawrence Ave East through Don Mills Rd, who will need to transfer between the 54 Lawrence East and 51 Leslie routes. In order to connect to Line 5 and the Eglinton Ave corridor, customers will have the option of the 54 Lawrence East and the 954 Lawrence East Express,
which will result in shorter travel times overall, and will attract new users to the service. Overall, this change reduces weighted travel time for customers using the route and,
therefore, is recommended.
 

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954 Lawrence East Express
Extension to Science Centre Station
City wards: Ward 16 - Don Valley East, Ward 21 - Scarborough Centre, Ward 24 -
Scarborough Guildwood, Ward 25 - Scarborough-Rouge Park
Time periods: Monday to Friday Peak Periods

The recommended 954 Lawrence East Express bus route will be extended to serve the Lawrence Ave East corridor east of Lawrence East Station on Line 3 to Science Centre
Station during peak periods from Monday to Friday. The change will provide customers west of Line 3 with a new express service and a new direct connection to Line 5.

Buses on the 954 Lawrence East Express will provide local service between Starspray Loop and Markham Rd, then operate express service along Lawrence Ave East west of
Markham Rd, terminating at the new Science Centre Station.

The express service west of Lawrence East Station will shorten wait times and in-vehicle travel times for customers, attracting new riders to the service. In addition, the route will result in shorter wait times and in-vehicle travel times along the corridor when combined with the 54 Lawrence East. Overall, this change results in a reduction in travel time for customers and is therefore recommended.

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334 Eglinton Blue Night
Combining the Eglinton Blue Night Services
City wards: Ward 1 - Etobicoke North, Ward 2 - Etobicoke Centre, Ward 5 - York South-
Weston, Ward 8 - Eglinton-Lawrence, Ward 9 - Davenport, Ward 12 - Toronto-St.
Paul's, Ward 15 - Don Valley West, Ward 16 - Don Valley East, Ward 20 - Scarborough
Southwest, Ward 21 - Scarborough Centre, Ward 23 - Scarborough North Ward 24 -
Scarborough Guildwood, Ward 25 - Scarborough-Rouge Park
Time periods: Overnight and Early Morning

The recommended Eglinton Blue Night service during overnight and early morning periods replaces the current 332 Eglinton West and 334 Eglinton East Blue Night routes. This change allows existing customers travelling along the Eglinton Ave corridor to avoid transferring between 332 Eglinton West and 334 Eglinton East unless travelling beyond Mount Dennis and Kennedy stations.

This route will have two branches, 334A and 334B. 334A Eglinton Blue Night (Pearson Airport-Kennedy Station) will operate between Pearson International Airport and Kennedy Station, making stops at Airport Rd, Terminal 1 and Terminal 3 to the Eglinton Ave corridor. 334B Eglinton Blue Night (Mount Dennis Station to Finchdene Square) will operate between Mount Dennis Station and employment areas in northeastern Scarborough, travelling on the Eglinton Ave corridor, through Kennedy Station to Kingston Rd, Morningside Ave, Ellesmere Rd and Neilson Rd to Finchdene Sq.

Combining the East and West Blue Night routes will eliminate a transfer for customers crossing Yonge St and decrease wait times for current customers in the immediate areas east and west of Yonge St. These changes will result in an overall reduction in travel times for customers and are therefore recommended.

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The following section summarizes the remaining route changes included in the Line 5 Eglinton surface network plan.

13 Avenue Road
This route will be modified to serve the new Avenue Station on Line 5. Service will be removed from Oriole Pkwy between Chaplin Cres and Eglinton Ave West. The route will
continue to serve Eglinton Station to provide a direct connection to Line 1 for residents in the Yonge-Eglinton and Yonge-St Clair neighbourhoods.

18 Caledonia
This route will replace the northern portion of the current 47 Lansdowne. The 18 Caledonia will serve Caledonia Rd from the new Caledonia Station on Line 5 to Yorkdale Station on Line 1. Two branches will operate on this route: 18A via Bridgeland Ave, and 18B via Orfus Rd. By separating the 18 Caledonia from the 47 Lansdowne, customers can expect more reliable service on the route and service levels better tailored to ridership demand. Customers travelling through Eglinton Ave West will have to transfer to 47 Lansdowne at Caledonia Station. Also, see 47 Lansdowne.

32 Eglinton West
This route will terminate at the new Mount Dennis Station on Line 5, providing bus service west to Renforth Station. Customers can expect to transfer onto Line 5 to continue travelling on Eglinton Ave. The many branches that currently operate under 32 Eglinton West will become unique routes serving different stations on Line 5. Bus service east of Mount Dennis Station will be operated as 34 Eglinton. New roads served will include Keelesdale Rd and Photography Dr.

47 Lansdowne
This route will be adjusted to terminate at the new Caledonia Station on Line 5, with service north of Eglinton Ave replaced by 18 Caledonia. The short-turn branch terminating at St. Clair Ave West will also be eliminated so that all services on 47 Lansdowne will operate end to end, from Caledonia Station to Queen St West. As a result, customers north of St. Clair Ave West can expect higher service levels than today, and greater service reliability as the route is shortened. Customers travelling through Eglinton Ave West will have to transfer to 18 Caledonia at Caledonia Station.

71 Runnymede
This route will be adjusted to divert into the new Mount Dennis Station on Line 5 in both directions to connect the Mount Dennis and Rockcliffe-Smythe neighbourhoods and the TTC Mount Dennis Bus Division to Line 5. This route will continue to operate to Runnymede Station on Line 2. New roads served will be Keelesdale Rd and Photography Dr.

74 Mt Pleasant
With the completion of Line 5, the 74 Mt Pleasant will no longer serve north of Eglinton Ave East and will instead terminate at Eglinton Station. Service north of Eglinton Ave East will be covered by the 103 Mt Pleasant North. This route will provide a direct connection to Line 1 and Line 5 (at Mount Pleasant Station) from the Mount Pleasant neighbourhood.

81 Thorncliffe Park
This route will be extended to the new Science Centre Station on Line 5, via Overlea Blvd, Gateway Blvd and Don Mills Rd. As a result, the 81 Thorncliffe Park will better serve customers in Thorncliffe Park, connecting them to destinations in the Flemingdon Park neighbourhood, such as shopping, schools, libraries and parks. The original proposal for this service change was modified based on community consultation in 2019 when community members provided feedback highlighting important local destinations requiring transit service.

88 South Leaside
Previously, the TTC had planned to consolidate all services on 88 South Leaside to terminate at Laird, but the feedback received from community consultation in 2019 showed that the proposal did not suit the needs of transit customers in the area. Instead, 88 South Leaside will be adjusted to serve the new Laird Station on-route but will continue to operate in a circular loop through the Leaside and Thorncliffe Park neighbourhoods. Service will be removed from Wicksteed Ave between Laird Dr and Brentcliffe Rd, and from Brentcliffe Rd between Vanderhoof Ave and Wicksteed Ave.

89 Weston
This route will be adjusted to serve the new Mount Dennis Station on Line 5 in both directions, connecting customers on Weston Rd to Line 5. Service will continue to operate from Keele Station on Line 2 to Albion Rd. New roads served as a result of these changes will be Photography Dr.

90 Vaughan
With the completion of Line 5, service on the 90B branch will be reintroduced, serving Vaughan Rd north of Oakwood Ave, Northcliffe Blvd, Eglinton Ave West and Oakwood
Ave. This route will provide a direct connection to Line 1 (at St. Clair West Station) and Line 5 (at Oakwood Station) from the Vaughan Rd neighbourhood. The 90A branch (St.
Clair West Station-Oakwood via Jesmond) will continue to operate.

103 Mt Pleasant North
This route will be reintroduced with the completion of Line 5, serving Mount Pleasant Road north of Eglinton Ave East, from Eglinton Station to Doncliffe Loop. This route will
provide a direct connection from the Lawrence Park neighbourhood to Line 1 and Line 5. Customers travelling through Eglinton Ave will have to transfer to 74 Mt Pleasant at
Mount Pleasant Station.

158 Trethewey
This route will replace the current 32C Eglinton West branch when Line 5 is open. The 158 Trethewey will serve the new Keelesdale Station on Line 5, via Trethewey Dr. Instead of terminating at Lawrence Ave West as the 32C does today, the route will be extended northward via Weston Rd to Knob Hill Dr, providing more transit options to the Weston neighbourhood and connecting the neighbourhoods along Trethewey Dr to new shopping destinations.

161 Rogers Road
This route will be adjusted to terminate at the new Mount Dennis Station on Line 5, via Black Creek Dr. This change will provide a direct connection to rapid transit for customers in the Keelesdale and Caledonia neighbourhoods. In addition, route 161 Rogers Road will no longer serve Alliance Ave, which will be replaced by an adjusted route 171 Mt Dennis. As a result, customers travelling along Rogers Rd to Alliance Ave will have to transfer to 171 Mt Dennis. New roads served as a result of these changes include Black Creek Dr (Eglinton Ave West to Weston Rd) and Photography Dr.

162 Lawrence-Donway
This route will be adjusted to terminate at the new Science Centre Station on Line 5. As well, this route will no longer loop via The Donway north of Lawrence Ave East and east
of Don Mills Road. Instead, a two-way service will operate via Overland Dr and Barber Greene Rd, and extend via Don Mills Rd to Science Centre Station to connect customers directly Line 5. Customers on The Donway north of Lawrence Ave East and east of Don Mills Rd should expect to use 51B Leslie.

168 Symington
This route will be adjusted to terminate at the new Mount Dennis Station on Line 5. In addition, the route will be extended via Weston Rd and Black Creek Dr. Service will be
removed from Avon Loop. New roads served as a result of these changes are Black Creek Dr (from Photography Ave to Weston Rd) and Photography Dr.

170 Emmett
This route will replace the current 32D Eglinton West branch when Line 5 is open. The 170 Emmett will serve the new Mount Dennis Station on Line 5, via Eglinton Ave West and Emmett Ave. Customers who are currently travelling east of Mount Dennis Station will need to transfer to Line 5 to continue their journey when the line opens. New roads
served include Keelesdale Rd and Photography Dr.

171 Mt Dennis
This route will be adjusted to serve the new Mount Dennis Station on Line 5. Additionally, 171 Mt Dennis will no longer serve Jane St and Trethewey Dr. Instead, the route will be extended to Jane St and Alliance Ave to provide coverage on the previous portion of route 161 Rogers Road. In addition, the 171 Mt Dennis will directly connect customers on Alliance Ave to Line 5. New roads served as a result of these changes will be Keelesdale Rd and Photography Dr.

179 Castlefield
This will be a new route operating on new streets, connecting Cedarvale Station, Keelesdale Station and Mount Dennis Station via Castlefield Ave. This route will provide new service to employment uses along Castlefield Ave while also serving some medium-density housing on Roselawn Ave, connecting new customers directly to Line 1 and Line 5 as well as GO Transit and UP Express. New roads served will be Roselawn Ave, Castlefield Ave, Kincort St and Danesbury Ave.

989 Weston Express
This route will be adjusted to serve the new Mount Dennis Station on Line 5 in both directions. The route will be re-routed to Black Creek Dr to provide quick access to the new terminal. Service will continue to operate from Keele Station to Steeles Ave West. New roads served included Black Creek Dr (from Photography Dr to Weston Rd) and Photography Dr.
 

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27 Jane South
Renamed Southern Section of 35 Jane
City wards: Ward 5 - York South-Weston
Time periods: All times
The section of the 35 Jane south of Eglinton Ave will operate as a separate route between the new Mount Dennis Station on Line 5 to Jane Station on Line 2, and will be renamed to the 27 Jane South. By separating the 27 Jane South from the 35 Jane, customers can expect more reliable service on the route and service levels better tailored to ridership demand. In addition, along with 35 Jane, this portion of the route will be adjusted to terminate at the new Mount Dennis Station on Line 5 to provide a new direct connection for customers to the rapid transit line.

Buses on the 27 Jane South will operate from Mount Dennis Station via Keelesdale Rd, Photography Dr, south on Jane St to Jane Station on Line 2. Overall, this change will make service better for customers and for this reason it is recommended.

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I think this is a change for the better - well for me anyways. The 935 Express bus north from Jane always seems busy - so express riders may not be so happy.
I live south of Dundas near Jane and work at Yonge and Eglinton. Still not sure which commute would be better once Crosstown opens though... 27 south to Jane subway -> Line 2 to Bloor-Yonge then Line 1 to Eglinton OR 27 north to Mt. Dennis Line 5 to Yonge.
 

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Noticed that the 179 CASTLEFIELD has been moved off Beechborough Ave. to further north. NIMBY's?

Was...
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Now...
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Also the 179 is terminating at Mt. Dennis Station instead of Keelesdale Station. Likely there were people along that route who wanted to use the GO Station at Mt. Dennis Station to get to downtown, quicker than Line 1 or Line 2. Also some would want to use the UPX to get to Pearson Airport. The 32 EGLINTON WEST would only be going to Renforth Station and not to Pearson.

Notice that it would also be routed to use Kincort St and Danesbury Ave.
 
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I think this is a change for the better - well for me anyways. The 935 Express bus north from Jane always seems busy - so express riders may not be so happy.
I live south of Dundas near Jane and work at Yonge and Eglinton. Still not sure which commute would be better once Crosstown opens though... 27 south to Jane subway -> Line 2 to Bloor-Yonge then Line 1 to Eglinton OR 27 north to Mt. Dennis Line 5 to Yonge.
You'll be able to get a seat on one of the 18 2-car trains on Line 5 at Mt. Dennis Station. I just worry about the icy hills around Eglinton Flats and Black Creek on the buses. Better salt or brine those hills.

Alternatively, for those going downtown, they could transfer to GO/UPX to get to downtown, if there is a service stoppage on Line 1 or Line 2. The 34 EGLINTON bus could be used as an alternative should Line 5 be down for some reason, though Line 2 could be used for some.
 
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Noticed that the 179 CASTLEFIELD has been moved off Beechborough Ave. to further north. NIMBY's?

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Now...
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Also the 179 is terminating at Mt. Dennis Station instead of Keelesdale Station. Notice that it would also be routed to use Kincort St and Danesbury Ave.
Beechborough, which is Castlefield west of Strathnairn has many speed bumps. I guess it was easier to route it via Kincourt and Ingram then have to wrangle with the city over removing them.

The short detour to Danesbury is awkward, but it makes sense. The right turn from Roselawn to Marlee on eastbound trips would have been near impossible without using all three lanes on Roselawn due to the median on Marlee.
 
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Beechborough, which is Castlefield west of Strathnairn has many speed bumps. I guess it was easier to route is via Kincourt and Ingram then have to wrangle with the city over removing them.

The short detour to Danesbury is awkward, but it makes sense. The right turn from Roselawn to Marlee on eastbound trips would have been near impossible without using all three lanes on Roselawn due tothe median on Marlee.
The speed bumps on Beechborough could be shaved off, and the stop signs replaced with yield signs. They could all be replaced with raised intersections, which would be easier for buses to handle than bumps.
 

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