Kingston Street Railway Company (09 May 1877 - 1893)
Incorporated 1875/76 (Ont.) Name changed to KP&CStRyCo 1893.
Kingston, Portsmouth and Cataraqui Street Railway Company (1893
Name changed to KP&CERyCo 1895.
Kingston, Portsmouth and Cataraqui Electric Railway Company (1895
- 04 March 1930)
Railway operations ceased as a result of a carbarn fire.
Robert Orwell (05 March 1930 - "several months.")
Temporary service organized to replace the fire-destroyed street railway.
Kingston City Coach Company (1930 - July 1962)
Subsidiary of Colonial Coach Lines, and therefore a part of the Provincial Transport Company group.
|Data source:||photo detail|
Kingston Transit (July 1962 - present)
(CUTA 1976-77). (Dawes et al. 1972, TC76 cite Kingston Public Transit System. 1990 system map is titled Kingston Area Transit and includes the Township of Kingston services and routes in Pittsburgh Township and Ernestown Township.) (CUTA 1989, CUTA 1991/2, CUTA 1992) (Photos: Richard Hooles 2001, Peter Cox, David A. Wyatt).
|Service area population||66,000 (1991)|
|Vehicle fleet||33 buses (2000)|
|Data sources:||CUTA 1991/2|
website 2002 (logo)
CTF [Aug. 2010] (ridership)
Kingston Township Transit (1975 - 1998)
Merged with Kingston system 1998 (CTHF/SSG 2000, First Capital Transit Society 2010). Operated under contract by Travelways Maple Leaf (TNC85). (Sotnyk 1981, CUTA 1988, CUTA 1989, CUTA 1991/2, CUTA 1992 “non-member”, photo: Bernard Drouillard [Peter Cox coll.]).
|Service area population||36,000 (1991)||Vehicle fleet||9 buses (1996)||Employees||20 (1991)||Data source:||CUTA 1991/2
CTHF/SSG 1998 (1996 data)
|Animal railway||09 May 1877* - 1893||Electric railway||26 September 1893** - 04 March 1930||Motor bus||05 March 1930? - present|
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