Durham Region Transit route 411 'South Courtice'
|Number of Branches||2|
|Types of buses used||New Flyer D40LF , New Flyer XD40 , Nova Bus LFS|
The route 411 South Courtice is a local route for Durham Region Transit. The route is operated by the Raleigh Division.
This route has one main branch and one school tripper branch.
- 411 South Courtice(Oshawa Centre-Courtice Communtiy Complex)
- 411S South Courtice(Grandview and Bloor-Monsignor John Pereyma C.S.S)
The 411 runs east from the Oshawa Centre Terminal, to the Grandview South subdivision. The route utilizes side streets such as Eulalie and Taylor Avenues. The 411 connects passengers from Courtice, to the Oshawa Centre Terminal. The route interlines with 409 Thornton/Stevenson at the Oshawa Centre Terminal.
The 411 South Courtice originally interlined with 408 Stevenson and 412 Adelaide until July 1st, 2013, when the Oshawa system underwent routing changes. The route originally carried a #11 until a #4 was added to all Oshawa Routes in 2008. On June 27th 2016, Major changes occurred to many routes throughout the region and this route was renamed to #411 South Courtice