Toronto Transit Commission route 21 'Brimley'
|Number of Branches||3|
|Distance||13.75km (Kennedy Station - Steeles)|
|Types of vehicles used||Orion VII NG , Orion VII , Orion V|
21 Brimley is a route operated by the Toronto Transit Commission in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
This route services Brimley Road, north of Eglinton Avenue. It also serves Eglinton Avenue, from Kennedy Station to Brimley, then turning north on Brimley. The southern terminals include Kennedy Station for 21 and 21A. The northern terminals include Steeles Avenue East for 21, and Scarborough Centre for 21A. Branches 21A and 21B only operate during weekdays.
- November 23, 2008 - Late evening service on Sundays added between Kennedy and Steeles, with service every 30 minutes. Services extended until 1:00 AM every day. Morning weekday peak period service improved to every 6 minutes and 40 seconds.
- November 23, 2008 - Route turned into a bike rack route.
- November 23, 2008 - Moved to Malvern Division.
- September 2, 2012 - Midday service on weekdays improved from every 20 minutes to every 14 minutes north of Scarborough Centre Station. Service south of Scarborough Centre Station stayed at every 20 minutes. This change meant midday service was now operated with 21A and 21B split branches (i.e. elimination of 21 branch service from Kennedy Station to Steeles during midday).
- September 2, 2012 - Moved to Birchmount Division
This route has three branches:
- 21 Kennedy Station - Steeles via Scarborough Centre Station
- 21A Kennedy Station - Scarborough Centre Station
- 21B Scarborough Centre Station - Steeles
Overnight service is not provided, however, the route operates until 1:00 AM every day.