Rollsigns from Collingwood, ON
Collingwood Transit had been contracted to Penetang-Midland Coach Lines of Penetanguishine,
Ontario since it's creation. In 2000, the system adopted the name "COLLTRANS" for its service.
After PMCL dissolved, service in the city was taken over
by Sinton Transportation in 2011.
Since their takeover, Sinton also initiated a service that connects Wasaga Beach to Collingwood,
jointly funded by the two cities and Simcoe County. Also In 2011, Landmark Bus Lines purchased
some of Sinton's assets and the combined parent company of COLLTRANS was renamed
Sinton-Landmark Bus Lines. After the five year naming agreement with Sinton expired in August
of 2018, the name of the parent company was shortened to just Landmark Bus Lines.
This mylar front route rollsign is off OBI 01.501 Orion I
#8501. Its print date is September 6, 1985. This sign

was removed after the bus was retired and sold to a
private company, making it the one and only rollsign
to occupy this bus while it operated for Collingwood
Transit. It has 18 exposures. Its sign tag is shown here.

A photo of the bus with this sign in it is shown below.
Collingwood Transit 1985 built OBI 01.501 Orion I #8501,
displaying the same rollsign shown here,
is seen westbound
on Simcoe Street at Hurontario Street at the downtown
Collingwood terminal and transfer point on July 29, 1996.
ONTARIO BUS-COLLINGWOOD
P.O.R50917
D-2400-MA SINGLE FRONT CURTAIN
9/6/85 TRANSIGN