Community Bus

Connecting you to your community
Effective September 7, 2021, the TTC is making service adjustments to the 400 Lawrence Manor, 402 Parkdale, 404 East York and 405 Etobicoke Community Bus routes. The changes will include schedule adjustments, route extensions and new stop locations. Updated route schedules will be available below on September 6.
TTC’s Community Bus service connects customers to a variety of popular destinations along a unique neighbourhood route. The Community Bus stops at the front door of various buildings and landmarks, including local shops, community centres, health care facilities and seniors’ residences. While it resembles a regular Wheel-Trans vehicle, anyone can ride a Community Bus, not just Wheel-Trans customers.

Benefits of the Community Bus

  • 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 simple. Anyone can ride a Community Bus with their TTC fare.

Community Bus routes and schedules:

All Community Bus schedules are updated on a regular basis and are available through the links below.

Boarding the Community Bus

Community Buses serve all TTC and Wheel-Trans identified bus stops. Buses can also be flagged down at any point along the route. The Community Bus route number is located on the bus stop pole in grey. Customers are encouraged to come to the bus stop or curb a few minutes before the bus is expected to arrive. This will ensure the driver has ample time to see you and stop the vehicle so you can board

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