Rollsigns from Ajax-Pickering Transit Authority
Ajax and Pickering, Ontario
This mylar front rollsign is dated June 26, 2002 and has 58 exposures, which include the numbered blank white exposures throughout the sign.

A lot of APTA's routes, mostly in Pickering, were through routed or had different routings in off-peak times and weekends than when they did in
rush hour. The "R" routes represent rush hour service routings, where the "M" routes represented the mid-day or weekend routings.
AJAX PICKERING TRANSIT
CUSTOMER P.O. TM95162
DOCKET #13378
JUNE 26, 2002
FRONT SIGN

MANUFACTURED BY:
MULTISCREEN INTL. INC.

MADE IN CANADA
Ajax-Pickering Transit
Authority OBI 05.501 Orion
V #2020 (ex Ajax Transit
#916), displaying a
rollsign from the same
order as the one shown
here, is seen at the Ajax
GO Station terminal,
September 30, 2005.
On September 4, 2001, Ajax-Pickering Transit Authority was created when the Town of Pickering and the Town of Ajax
voted to merge their respective services (
Ajax Transit and Pickering Transit) into one entity. APTA had a relatively short
life, however. With the pressure of the Ontario Government, on January 1, 2006, APTA merged with the other services
of Durham Region;
Whitby Transit, Oshawa Transit, and Clarington Transit to form what is now Durham Region Transit.