You can find on this page the Toronto buses map to print and to download in PDF. The Toronto bus system map and the Toronto trolley map present the network, stations and lines of the buses and trolley of Toronto in Canada.
Buses are a large part of TTC operations today as its shown in Toronto bus system map, but before about 1960, they played a minor role compared to streetcars.

Toronto bus map

Map of Toronto buses

The Toronto bus map shows all the stations and lines of the Toronto bus system. This bus map of Toronto will allow you to easily plan your routes in the buses of Toronto in Canada. The Toronto bus system map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Today, the bus routes in Toronto are the bulk of the TTC routes as you can see in Toronto bus map. The TTC bus also operates on contract to York Region Transit for north-south Toronto bus service on select routes in York Region, and Mississauga Transit for west-east bus service on 32B Eglinton West.

Hundreds of old Toronto buses were recently replaced with the new, low-floor Orion VII, and the TTC has acquired many hybrid electric buses. The TTC hybrid buses were first put on the road in 2006; these were replaced with the newer 500 Orion VII Next Generation Hybrids in 2008. A new order will bring the total of hybrids to over 500 (see Toronto bus map), second only to New York City.

As of 2009, the TTC operates 168 bus routes in Toronto (140 accessible routes) over 6,934.1 kilometres (4,308.6 mi) as its mentioned in Toronto bus map. It also runs 24 night bus routes as part of the Blue Night Network of Toronto, which is an overnight bus service introduced in the 1980s and operates between 1:30am to 5:00am Monday to Saturday and 1:30am to 8:00am Sunday.