Kingston Transit route C

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Service type Local/Shuttle
Number of Branches 1
Types of Buses Used D40LF/R XD40
Related Routes None

Kingston Transit route C was a feeder route operated by Kingston Transit in the city of Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

Route History

Route C started on June 4, 2007, taking over the section of route 12 that ran from the Kingston Centre to the Coach Canada Terminal. Initially, during the rush hour the route was extended into the Clyde Industrial Park. During the evening and on Sunday the route was merged with route 12 and numbered route E12.

The rush-hour diversion into Clyde Industrial Park was removed once route 7 was introduced.

In September 2013, route C was re-routed to serve Kingscourt Avenue in both directions and was renumbered 16

Transfer Points

Canada Coach Terminal

Kingston Centre

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Current Routes
Local 1 2 3 4 6 7 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 20
Express 501 502 601 602 701 702 801 802
Former Routes
Local 1A 4A 6R 8 9 12A 19 20 21 22 A B C
Terminals Bus Terminal - Cataraqui Centre - Downtown - Gardiners Centre - Kingston Centre - Train Station
Miscellaneous Bus fleet