Durham Region Transit route 103 'Glenanna/Strouds'
|Number of Branches||2|
|Types of buses used||New Flyer D40LF , New Flyer XD40 , Nova Bus LFS|
The 103 Glenanna is a route operating in Pickering from Durham Region Transit (DRT) operated by DRT's Westney Division.
This route has two branches:
- 103 Glenanna(Pickering Parkway Terminal/Rouge Hill GO Station)
- 103B Glenanna(Pickering Parkway Terminal/Glenanna Strouds Loop)
- 103C Glenanna(Pickering GO Station/Glenanna Loop)
The 'route 103 Glenanna' is a mainly east/west route that provides service to the Amberlea, Foxwood, Glenanna and Willam Dunbar neighbourhoods. This route services the Rouge Hill GO Station in peak periods, although the route does not provide local service within the City of Toronto. This route provides key stops in Downtown Pickering at the Pickering Parkway Terminal and Liverpool/Kingston Roads, where a connection can be made to route 900 Highway 2 Pulse and the Pickering Town Centre. This routes terminals are: Pickering GO Station, Rouge Hill GO Station and the Pickering Parkway Terminal.
Regional Council and DRT’s Transit Executive Committee approved the route changes and other service enhancements in January 2015 that had this route serve the Rouge Hill GO Station as well as Foxwood Trail, where the 116 Sheppard and 114D Dixie/Sheppard routes serviced before they were removed from service on May 4th 2015. Route '109 Rouge Hill Shuttle' also was removed and replaced by the 103 Glenanna on May 4th 2015.