Halifax Transit route 14 'Leiblin Park'
|Length (one-way)||18 km|
|Types of Buses Used||New Flyer D40LF|
|Peak periods||30 min.|
Halifax Transit route 14 'Leiblin Park' was a heavily used route that ruan from the the suburb of Leiblin Park in Spryfield to downtown Halifax, stopping at the Mumford Terminal and passing by Dalhousie University. When the route reached downtown Halifax, it continued to Dartmouth as route 61, the only route which used this method, called "thru-routing". Due to the sheer length of the combined route (86 km round trip), service was not as frequent as it would be otherwise, based on demand.
Terminals and Major Stops
The route 14 serviced the following terminals and major stops:
- South Centre Mall
- Mumford Terminal
- Dalhousie University
- Saint Mary's University
- Scotia Square (Barrington & Duke Streets)
14 Halifax - inbound
14 Leiblin Park - outbound
14 Mumford - for outbound trips which terminate at Mumford Terminal