Rollsigns from Vaughan, ON
This mylar front and side rollsign set is dated November 29, 1999. Each
sign has 30 exposures. This series was the last to be printed under the
Vaughan Transit name, before it was amalgamated into York Region Transit.

The image of each sign has been drawn virtually perfect to scale.

Their respective sign tags are shown below:
Transit in the area of what is now Vaughan was, in early days, made up of contracted routes provided first by
the Toronto and York Radial Railway, which provided service along Yonge Street, the eastern most boundary
of the area, between 1896 and 1948. After then, bus service along Yonge Street was operated by the
Toronto Transportation Commission. The TTC in later years, operated other services into Vaughan's communities,
such as the Town of Maple along Keele Street, and Woodbridge on Islington Avenue. Service under the Vaughan
Transit name dates back to the 1970s, with buses operated by Can-Ar Coach Service. They continued service until
January 1, 2001 when Vaughan Transit, as well as
Markham Transit, Richmond Hill Transit and Newmarket Transit,
which included the previously run
Aurora Transit, merged to become what is now York Region Transit.
Vaughan Transit 30 foot OBI 01.501 Orion I #515, displaying a set of signs
from the same order as these ones, is posed in the Coulter's Mill Plaza
on the northeast corner of Dufferin St. and Clark Ave. West, June 16, 2000.
Tap on, or
hover your
mouse over
each numbered
exposure to
enlarge it.

(The fonts on
the actual
rollsign are
very thin
and tiny.)
Side sign (left):

VAUGHAN TRANSIT
P.O. # 2066
MULTISCREEN # 11961-B
NOVEMBER 29, 1999
SIDE

MANUFACTURED BY
MULTISCREEN INT'L INC.

MADE IN CANADA
Front sign (right):

VAUGHAN TRANSIT
P.O. # 2066
MULTISCREEN # 11961-A
NOVEMBER 29, 1999
FRONT

MANUFACTURED BY
MULTISCREEN INT'L INC.

MADE IN CANADA