Office of the Chief Executive
From the TTC CEO: The TTC has provided safe and reliable transit to its customers throughout the GTA during the entire pandemic. While the province was under its most recent stay-at-home order in April and May, we continued to provide approximately 2.7 million to three million revenue rides per week.For more on this titled Office of the Chief Executive
See who is celebrating long service at the TTC: 50 years, 40 years, 35 years, 30 years, 25 years, 20 years, 15 years, 10 years and 5 years.For more on this titled Summer Milestones
Keele is TTC’s 53rd accessible station
Elevators connect street level to the subway platform level. The next closest accessible stations to Keele are next door – Runnymede to the west and Dundas West to the east. The TTC now has a total of 53 out of 75 stations that are accessible. The station’s two elevators entered service on June 8, 2021.For more on this titled Keele is TTC’s 53rd accessible station
August Board Period Service Changes
Service adjustments will be made on many routes in response to changing ridership due to the pandemic. Routes with lower ridership will have service levels reduced, and some routes with higher utilization will have service levels improved. These changes will reflect the new guidelines for planning crowding approved in the 2021 Annual Service Plan.For more on this titled August Board Period Service Changes
Advancing to the next level.
COVID-19 positive tests update.
COVID-19 Safety Notice.
Donate your new or gently used bicycles by July 22.
Blunt, Burchat, DiPietrantonio, Downey, Filice, Gamarra, Marshall, McIndoo, Mercieca, Mingo.