The 400 Lawrence Manor Community Bus route provides accessible service in the Bathurst Street, Lawrence Avenue and Keele Street areas. It operates between Humber River Hospital, North Park Plaza, Caboto Terrace/Villa Colombo, Lawrence West Station on the Yonge-University Line, Lawrence Plaza, Baycrest Hospital, and the Wilson/Bathurst No Frills store in Ward 10, generally in a east-west direction. The route has recently been extended and buses now operate hourly during weekdays. More information is available at http://www.ttc.ca/Routes/400/Eastbound.jsp.
TTC’s Community Bus service connects customers to a variety of popular destinations along a unique neighbourhood route. It stops at the front-door of various buildings and landmarks, including local shops, community centres, health care facilities and seniors’ residences. While Community Bus uses the same type of vehicles that Wheel-Trans customers are used to, this service is for everyone.
- It’s flexible. There is no need to book your trip; this bus runs on a schedule.
- It’s friendly. These buses are fully accessible and our operators are helpful.
- It’s convenient. We serve regular stops, and can be flagged down at any spot along the route.
- It’s simple. Anyone can ride a Community Bus with their TTC fare.
December 2017 Update:
Since the Community Bus Pilot began in September, the TTC has been listening closely to customer feedback.
With this in mind, the TTC has made some schedule adjustments that will come into effect on January 7, 2018. The Community Bus in Ward 10 (400 Lawrence Manor) will operate from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, which means customers will receive an addition hour of service in the morning. In addition, all schedule times will be adjusted overall to improve on-time performance of the service.