Halifax Transit route 80 'Sackville'

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Created 1979
Length (one-way) 27 km
Types of Buses Used New Flyer D40LF
Mid-day/Evening 30-minute
Peak periods 30-minute
Late-night 30-minute
Saturday 30-minute
Sunday 30-minute

Halifax Transit route 80 'Sackville' is a heavily used route providing service from Lower Sackville, through Bedford into downtown Halifax via the Bedford Highway, Bayers Road, Robie Street and Spring Garden Road. Despite quicker alternatives for traveling from Halifax to Lower Sackville which do not take the Bedford Highway (such as the routes 84, 85 and 185), the route 80 remains very busy and crowded during peak times.

Terminals and Major Stops

The route 80 services the following terminals and major stops:

Destination signs

80 SACKVILLE - outbound to Lower Sackville

80 HALIFAX - inbound to Halifax

80 COBEQUID - runs terminating at Cobequid terminal (possibly no longer used)

80 SUNNYSIDE - runs terminating at Sunnyside Mall in Bedford (possibly no longer used)

Route map

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