|Rollsigns from York University
|This shuttle service operated before Toronto's transit service made regular runs to the university. Commonly used were
ex Gray Coach Lines interurban coaches. As Toronto's bus service increased, and the cost to run the service built up, it
was eventually discontinued, and the buses were scrapped. In 2002, with the opening of the newYork University GO
Train Station east of Keele Street and south of Steeles Avenue West, York University purchased ex-GO Transit #1713,
ex-TTC #9360 OBI 01.508 Orion I Natural Gas bus, to shuttle students from the campus to this new station. Since
then, York University has operated other vehicles such as Blue Bird transit and various cutaway buses.
|York University "Transit" OBI
01.508 Orion I CNG #YT-01 (ex
GO Transit, TTC) is seen at
York University Commons
terminal, September 10, 2008.