99 WATERFRONT SHUTTLE

2017 summer service operates from June 25th – September 4th, 2017.

 

ROUTE TYPE LOCAL
DIRECTION NORTH – SOUTH
SERVICE TYPE SUMMER ONLY, DAILY
OPERATING HOURS Weekdays: 10:05am – 8:35pm
Saturday: 10:05am – 8:35pm
Sunday: 10:05am – 8:35pm
FREQUENCY Weekdays – all day: 30 mins
Saturday – all day: 30 mins
Sunday – all day: 30 mins

The ‘Waterfront’ shuttle route runs during the summer months providing free service, seven days a week, from Gore Park in the downtown core of the city to the waterfront. This service was originally called the ‘Gore to Shore’ shuttle in an early incarnation. 2007 service began Sunday June 24th and ended September 3rd.

Beginning in the summer of 2008 the service began exclusively using the Dupont Champlain Replica Trollies. This is the only route to feature this bus.

June 24th 2007 – present
North Pier 8 The bus leaves the loop point on King St W opposite Summers Lane travelling westbound. The bus turns right onto Bay St N followed by another right on York Blvd. Next the bus would turn left onto James St S where it would continue until the end of the road, then turning right onto Guise St E. The bus would then turn left on Discovery Drive and end at the loop by the Parks Canada Discovery Centre. Returning the bus would exit Discovery Dr and turn right onto Guise St E followed by a left on James St N. The bus would continue on James to the downtown core where it would turn right onto King St W and end at the loop point opposite Summers Lane.
South King & James
PHOTOS:

This photo was taken July 2, 2007 of HSR 0603 running as Route 99 Waterfront Shuttle on King St W.

This photo was taken July 2, 2007 of HSR 0603 running as Route 99 Waterfront Shuttle on King St W. Note the advertisment on the side showcasing the free shuttle service. This coach is perminantly running on this route.

This photo was taken September 3, 2007 of HSR 0603 running as Route 99 Waterfront Shuttle at the Parks Canada Discovery Cenre at Pier 8.

This photo was taken May 31, 2008 of HSR 71 running as Route 99 Waterfront Shuttle at the Parks Canada Discovery Cenre at Pier 8.