Can-ar Coach Service

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Parent Tokmakjian Incorporated
Founded 1983 (renamed from Travelways Incorporated c. 1976)
Headquarters 221 Caldari Road,
Concord, Ontario
Locale Greater Toronto Area
Service area Southern Ontario
Service type charted coach operator, transit bus contractor
Routes 2 scheduled
Destinations Haliburton, Peterborough, Lindsay, Kincardine, Toronto Pearson International Airport
Hubs Toronto
Fleet 33 coaches
Operator Tokmakjian Incoporated
Website Can-ar Coach

Can-ar Coach Service, a chartered coach operator in the Greater Toronto Area, is a division of Tokmakjian Incorporated, a privately held Canadian corporation and a member of the Tokmakjian Group based in Concord, Ontario.

History[edit]

Can-ar Coach was established in 1983 when Travelways Incorporated, a Thornhill based bus operator foundedi in 1976, was sold by Larry Needler (co-owner with several other partners).[1]

Operations[edit]

Can-ar used to operate a fleet of over 75 transit buses, owned by York Region Transit, under an extension of the contract under which it operated Vaughan Transitfor the City of Vaughan, Ontario.

It operates two scheduled daily bus routes to Toronto from Haliburton via Lindsay and from Port Elgin via Toronto Pearson International Airport with a connection to Aboutown Transportation at Walkerton.[2]

Can-ar is also responsible for Fort Erie Transit operations as well.

Fleet[edit]

Current[edit]

Can-ar operates approximately 40 buses. The fleet information is based on the information its website.

Units Make Model Seating
MCI 102D3 47
MCI 102DL3 55
MCI 102EL3 56
MCI J4500 56
Chevrolet / Starcraft Bus 5500 / XLT 32

Retired[edit]

This list may not be complete. It is based on information from 2004.[3]

Units Make Model Seating
5 Dina Viaggio 52
18 MCI 102-A3 47

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