337 Islington This route is accessible This route has bicycle racks This route is PRESTO enabled

All TTC buses (except Community and Wheel-Trans buses) have bike racks so that you can bring your bike with you on your journey. Depending on the bus type, bike racks can hold one or two bikes. The racks are easy to load and unload, and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

All accessories must be removed from the bike prior to loading as they may impede operators' sight lines. Please remove water bottles, air pumps, panniers, child carriers, solid baskets, bags and other loose items before boarding. The Operator has the right to refuse use of the bike rack to keep clear sightlines.

The 337 Islington Blue Night bus route operates between the area of Islington Avenue and Lake Shore Boulevard West, and the area of Steeles Avenue West and Kipling Avenue, generally in a north-south direction. Accessible service is provided on the route. Bike racks are available on this route.

One single service is operated: the 337 (Lake Shore-Steeles) branch operates during the overnight period, seven days a week.

Northbound 337 BLUE NIGHT TO STEELES

These buses operate from Islington Avenue and Lake Shore Boulevard West via west on Lake Shore Boulevard West, north on 8th Street, east on Birmingham Street, north on Islington Avenue, west on Steeles Avenue West, and north on Kipling Avenue to Steeles/Kipling Loop (on the east side of Kipling Avenue, north of Steeles Avenue West).

Southbound 337 BLUE NIGHT TO LAKE SHORE

These buses operate from Steeles/Kipling Loop via south on Kipling Avenue, east on Finch Avenue West, and south on Islington Avenue to Lake Shore Boulevard West.

All buses on the route serve local bus stops along the route. The Request Stop program is available to all customers travelling alone by bus between 9:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. Request Stop allows any customer who is feeling vulnerable to get off the bus between regular TTC stops.

Map of route 337 Islington

Help

Stop Number: Use the Stop Number to help plan your trip or find out when the next bus will arrive by texting the Stop Number to 898882.

Accessible routes: The TTC provides accessible service on many routes. Not all stops or stations are accessible.