Rollsigns from Ajax-Pickering Transit Authority
Ajax and Pickering, Ontario
This mylar front rollsign is dated June 26, 2002 and has 58 exposures, which include the numbered blank white exposures throughout the sign.

Alot of APTA's routes, mostly in Pickering, were through routed or had different routings in off-peak times and weekends than when they did in
rush hour. The "R" routes represent rush hour service routings, where the "M" routres represented the mid-day or weekend routings.
AJAX PICKERING TRANSIT
CUSTOMER P.O. TM95162
DOCKET #13378
JUNE 26, 2002
FRONT SIGN

MANUFACTURED BY:
MULTISCREEN INTL. INC.

MADE IN CANADA
Ajax-Pickering Transit
Authority OBI 05.501 Orion
V #2020 (ex Ajax Transit
#916), displaying a
rollsign from the same
order as the one shown
here, is seen at the Ajax
GO Station terminal,
September 30, 2005.
On September 4, 2001, Ajax-Pickering Transit Authority was created when the Town of Pickering and the Town of Ajax
voted to merge their respective services (
Ajax Transit and Pickering Transit) into one entity. APTA had a relatively short life,
however. With the pressure of the Ontario Government, on January 1, 2016, APTA merged with the other services of
Durham Region;
Whitby Transit, Oshawa Transit, and Clarington Transit to form what is now Durham Region Transit.