Durham Region Transit route 110 'West Pickering'
|Number of Branches||3|
|Types of buses used||New Flyer D40LF , New Flyer XD40 , Orion V|
The route 110 Finch West is a route in Pickering from Durham Region Transit (DRT). It is operated by DRT's Westney Division.
This route has three branches.
- 110 Finch West(Pickering Parkway Terminal-Pickering GO Station) (Peak Only)
- 110A Finch West(Pickering GO Station-Pickering Parkway Terminal) (Peak Only)
- 110B Finch West(Pickering Parkway Terminal-Pickering Parkway Terminal via Kingston and Altona) (All Periods)
The 110 connects passengers from the western portion of Pickering, to the Pickering Parkway Terminal and the Pickering GO Station. The 110 runs northwest from the Pickering Parkway Terminal, to Pine Grove Avenue where the route starts southeast to Pickering GO Station. The reverse route applies to Route 110A. The 110B is the main branch for the route. The 110B runs northwest from Pickering Parkway Terminal to Whites Road and Sheppard Avenue where the route turns south on Whites Road, west on Kingston Road, and north on Altona Road where the route continues back to Pickering Parkway Terminal.
The route "110 West Pickering" began service on May 4th 2015 replacing portions of the old route "103 Amberlea" and route "110 Central Pickering".