Rollsigns from Burlington, ON
Transit operations in Burlington were run privately, until municipal operations took over
service in 1973. The municipality acquired full operations in 1975 and continues to this date.
This mylar side
route sign is off one
of Burlington
Transit's first
buses, a 1973
GMC T6H-4523N,
#7304. The sign
has no print date. It
has 14 exposures.
This mylar front route sign is also off 1973 GMC T6H-4523N,
#7304. The sign has no print date. It has 54 exposures.
These mylar route signs have
58 exposures each. They
were drawn virtually perfect to
scale, but the side sign (right)
has been enlarged 1 1/2 times
to enhance detail.

A YouTube video of the
standard size front sign
can be viewed below.

Their respective sign tags
read as follows:
Front sign (left):

BURLINGTON TRANSIT
P.O. #: C-20417-763
MULTISCREEN #: 9117-A
SEPT. 25. 1995
FRONT 53"

MANUFACTURED BY
MULTISCREEN INT'L INC.

MADE IN CANADA
Side sign (middle right):

BURLINGTON TRANSIT
P.O. #: C-20417-763
MULTISCREEN #:9117-B
SEPT. 25. 1995
SIDE 26.5"

MANUFACTURED BY
MULTISCREEN INT'L INC.

MADE IN CANADA
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To receive extra funding from the provincial government, and
from encouragement from the disabled community, Burlington
and its neighbouring system,
Oakville Transit, introduced icons
on their rollsigns to represent destinations within their cities.
Jumbo front sign (far right):

BURLINGTON TRANSIT
P.O. #: C-20417-763
MULTISCREEN #: 9169C
OCT. 10, 1995
JUMBO FRONT

MANUFACTURED BY
MULTISCREEN INT'L INC.

MADE IN CANADA