York Mills Bus Terminal
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|York Mills Bus Terminal|
|4023 Yonge Street|
North York, Ontario
|GO Transit webpage||YKML|
York Mills GO Bus Terminal is located at 4023 Yonge Street, near the northeast corner of York Mills Road, in the North York area of Toronto, Canada. The terminal mainly supports GO Transit's bus services, east and west across the Highway 401 corridor and is also the southerly terminus for a rush hour service on Yonge Street to Newmarket.
The bus station is on the ground floor of York Mills Centre, Building 4, constructed by York-Trillium Development Group Limited in 1992. This space is part of the upper level of York Mills subway station and leased from the Toronto Transit Commission/City of Toronto,  but is separate and distinct from the TTC facility that it is connected to.
The area is part of historic Hoggs Hollow where the first settler arrived in 1794. Originally it was called York Mills Village due to the development of the area around three mills. At the beginning of the 20th century, the valley began to develop a more residential nature. Surrounded by tall trees, steep hills and parkland, Hoggs Hollow has become one of Toronto's prime residential areas,  with a little more commercial development in recent years.
GO Bus Routes
- Oakville Hwy 403 (table 19)
- Milton Hwy 401 (table 27)
- Georgetown GO Train & Bus Service (table 31)
- Brampton Local, Hwy 27 & Hwy 427 (table 34)
- Bolton (table 42)
- Newmarket "B" (table/route 62)
- Oshawa Hwy 2 Local (table/route 94)
- Wonderland (Seasonal) (table/route 60)