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Effective June 20th, DRT PULSE 900 will have stops removed to make it a more limited stop route. This is in advance of the transition to centre median running, and to “Speed up service”

Route 900 will no longer stop at the following stops along the entire route,

East to West

- Bond @ Arena / King @ Midtown

- King @ Waverly

- Dundas @ Kathleen

- Dundas @ Glen Hill / Bowman

- Dundas @ Craydon

- Dundas @ Wellington

- Dundas @ McQuay / Jeffery

- Kingston @ Audley

- Kingston @ 84 / 169 Kingston

- Kingston @ 113 / 132 Kingstonf

- Kingston @ Mill

- Kingston @ Elizabeth

- Kingston @ Bracebridge

- Kingston @ Walnut

- Kingston @ 804 / 817 Kingston

- Kingston @ Delta

- Kingston @ Steeple Hill, and 

- Kingston @ Rougemount.

 

This new limited stop service also applies to the N1.

Local service on the portions of the route with stops removed are covered by the 291, 392, 902A and the 920. Saying that, with the 392 and 920 don’t run on weekends, leaving those local stops without service on weekends with the exception of Walnut Lane and Rougemount drive, which are serviced by the 92.

interestingly the service changes to the 900 schedule indicate on weekdays, that trips will almost always take longer than they did before.

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15 hours ago, 110B West Pickering said:

Effective June 20th, DRT PULSE 900 will have stops removed to make it a more limited stop route. This is in advance of the transition to centre median running, and to “Speed up service”

Route 900 will no longer stop at the following stops along the entire route,

East to West

- Bond @ Arena / King @ Midtown

- King @ Waverly

- Dundas @ Kathleen

- Dundas @ Glen Hill / Bowman

- Dundas @ Craydon

- Dundas @ Wellington

- Dundas @ McQuay / Jeffery

- Kingston @ Audley

- Kingston @ 84 / 169 Kingston

- Kingston @ 113 / 132 Kingstonf

- Kingston @ Mill

- Kingston @ Elizabeth

- Kingston @ Bracebridge

- Kingston @ Walnut

- Kingston @ 804 / 817 Kingston

- Kingston @ Delta

- Kingston @ Steeple Hill, and 

- Kingston @ Rougemount.

 

This new limited stop service also applies to the N1.

Local service on the portions of the route with stops removed are covered by the 291, 392, 902A and the 920. Saying that, with the 392 and 920 don’t run on weekends, leaving those local stops without service on weekends with the exception of Walnut Lane and Rougemount drive, which are serviced by the 92.

interestingly the service changes to the 900 schedule indicate on weekdays, that trips will almost always take longer than they did before.

920 actually ran on weekends as the 920C a long time ago

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19 hours ago, 110B West Pickering said:

interestingly the service changes to the 900 schedule indicate on weekdays, that trips will almost always take longer than they did before.

Could they be accounting for increased traffic this time of year/post covid?

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