Toronto Transit Commission route 66 'Prince Edward'
|Number of Branches||2|
|Distance||4.88km (Old Mill Station - Humber Loop)|
|Types of vehicles used||Orion VII , New Flyer D40LF|
66 Prince Edward is a route operated by the Toronto Transit Commission in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
This route services Prince Edward Drive between Bloor Street West and Berry Road. It also serves Berry Road, Stephen Drive (between Berry Road and The Queensway), and Humber Loop. During rush hours, Park Lawn Road between Berry Road and Lake Shore Boulevard is served by the 66D branch. There is one northern terminal, which is Old Mill Station. Southern terminals include Humber Loop for 66A, and Lake Shore Boulevard for 66D.
This route has 2 branches:
Overnight service is not provided, however, the route operates until 1:00 AM every day.
2008 Service Improvements
During the 2008 service improvement proposal period, Councillor Grimes and customers requested an extension of service on the 66 Prince Edward south to the Humber Bay Shores neighbourhood for service seven days a week. 66D branch buses would operate east on Lake Shore Boulevard, south then west on Marine Parade Drive and back north on Park Lawn Road.