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London Transit

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The London Transit Commission (LTC) is responsible for the operation of the public transit system on behalf of the City of London, Ontario, Canada. It offers the typical conventional bus service, and a para-transit service, for those unable to use the conventional service. In 2014, annual ridership totaled 24.1 million.[2] The LTC has 27 regular bus routes, six express routes, three school-year-only routes and six community bus routes.[1]

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London Transit
Founded1951 (from London Street Railway)
Headquarters450 Highbury Avenue N
Service areaLondon, Ontario
Service typePublic Transit
Routes27 regular routes
6 express
3 school
6 community[1]
Fleet195 buses
Annual ridership24.1 million (2014)[2]
OperatorCity of London
A retired GM Classic bus in the old colour scheme