Find out more about your new streetcar...

    Meet your new ride, Toronto

  • The new streetcars are more accessible, more comfortable, more convenient to board, more spacious and carry twice as many passengers. We hope you enjoy your new ride!

    The Future is Accessible

  • Low floor - no stairs to climb
  • Extendable ramp gives customers easy access
  • Operator deploys ramp upon request
  • Request ramp by pressing the illuminated blue accessibility button on the inside or outside of the streetcar
  • Ramp deploys quickly

    The Future is Comfortable

  • Modern design and feel
  • Spacious interior
  • Climate-controlled with air conditioning
  • All-door boarding
  • On-board Fare Vending machines and Ticket Validators
  • Natural lighting from large windows
  • Holds up to 251 passengers - almost double the capacity of current streetcars

    The Future is Accommodating

    Bike racks

  • To use bike racks, enter through the middle double doors where you will find two spaces dedicated to bike storage during non-peak hours (Monday to Friday before 6:30 a.m., 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and after 7 p.m.; weekends and statutory holidays)
  • Available on a first-come, first-served basis

    The Future is Giving You Choices

    New streetcars are equipped with two on-board Fare and Transfer machines and Ticket Validators located across from each of the centre double doors. The 510 Spadina streetcar route will run on a Proof-of-Payment (POP) system. Customers will need to show their POP receipt to a TTC fare inspector upon request.


  • Passes
  • Tokens
  • Tickets
  • Transfers
  • Cash Fares
  • Curbside Fare and Transfer machines and Ticket Validators

More information about fare payment choices

    The Future is Welcoming

  • Priority seating on-board for 15 people, identified by blue seats (for people with disabilities, the elderly and pregnant women)