About the TTC
Operating statistics will provide you with quick facts about the Toronto Transit Commission. The TTC is Toronto’s transit system. It’s the better way.
The Toronto Transit Commission’s Annual Report aims to provide our riders, the general public and our employees with a comprehensive overview of the year.
The TTC is overseen by an eleven-member Board of Commissioners, comprised of seven elected City Councillors and four private citizens.
Current and ongoing developments designed to improve public transit.
The Advisory Committee on Accessible Transit (ACAT) reports directly to the Toronto Transit Commission.
The TTC has two major objectives in planning its transit services: to maximise mobility within the City of Toronto; to ensure that transit services are efficient and cost-effective.
TTC Audit Committee meetings are held regularly to review policy and operating matters of the Toronto Transit Commission.
Coupler is published 10 times a year for the employees and pensioners of the Toronto Transit Commission. Launched in 1926, the magazine has been linking the TTC with employees and their families for more than 80 years.
Commencing with the 2011 calendar year, expenses related to business travel, conferences and training, hospitality and protocol for senior staff positions at the Division Head level and above on a semi-annual basis.
This document lays out the TTC's goals in achieving excellence, as well as vision and mission statements, an editorial by CEO Andy Byford, what "key performance indicators" are, and how the TTC intends to meet its modernization target.
The CEO’s report is reflective of the new drive to modernize the look and feel of the TTC, and increase the visibility and transparency of overall system performance.
There are no major disruptions at this time.