Halifax Transit route 19 'Greystone'

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19
Greystone

Wheelchair accessible route Bicycle rack equipped route

Created November 23, 2008
Length (one-way) 7 km
Types of Buses Used New Flyer D40LF
Frequencies
Mid-day/Evening 30 min.
Peak periods 20 min.
Late-night 30 min.
Saturday No service
Sunday No service

Halifax Transit route 19 'Greystone' provides service between Greystone Drive in Spryfield and Mumford Terminal in the city's west end.

The route provides additional service between the Herring Cove Road area and Mumford Terminal, however it does not continue on and service downtown Halifax.

From 1991 to 1996 there existed a similar route known as the 19 Fotherby. This route provided limited service between Fotherby Avenue along the Herring Cove (a bit farther outbound from Greystone) to Mumford Terminal. During rush hour, this route was extended into downtown Halifax. The route 19 Greystone is essentially the resurrection of the old route 19 Fotherby, with the exception that the new route 19 does not service downtown Halifax at any time of the day.

Terminals and Major Stops

The route 19 services the following terminals and major stops:

Destination signs

19 GREYSTONE - outbound

19 MUMFORD - inbound

Route map

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