Toronto Transit Commission route 320 'Yonge'
|Number of Branches||2|
|Distance||18.10km (Queens Quay - Steeles)|
|Day Service||Yonge-University-Spadina Subway, 97 Yonge|
|Types of vehicles used||Orion VII , Orion VII NG|
|Division||Birchmount, Eglinton, Mount Dennis, Wilson|
320 Yonge is a route operated by the Toronto Transit Commission in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
This route operates overnight when the subway is not running between approximately 1:00am and 6:00am (9:30am on Sundays). This route services Yonge Street from Queens Quay to Steeles. The 320A is a shortened branch that runs from Queens Quay to York Mills. Its northern terminus is Yonge Street & Steeles Avenue for 320 and York Mills for 320A. The southern terminus is Yonge Street & Queens Quay for all branches.
Route 320, along with route 300 Bloor-Danforth are the two "backbones" of the blue-night network. With frequencies of 15 minutes or better at all times, these route runs far more often then most other blue-night routes which run at 30 minutes; during peak overnight times, these two routes can average headways of 6 minutes or less. These are also two routes that mirror the TTC's Rapid Transit network, which is shut down overnight.
This route has two branches:
- 320 Queens Quay - Steeles
- 320A Queens Quay - York Mills Station