Lansdowne Avenue is served by the 47 Lansdowne bus, which runs the length of Lansdowne Avenue, as well as along Caledonia Road to Yorkdale station. The Lansdowne station on the Bloor-Danforth TTC subway line is located on Lansdowne, just north of Bloor Street.
Streetcars used to operate on Lansdowne Avenue between St Clair Avenue West and Dundas Street West. In 1947, streetcars were replaced by trolley bus service. Trolley bus service was finally replaced by the existing 47 bus in 1992.
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