April 19, 2016

The 2015 Operating Statistics, TTC’s annual compilation of key facts and figures about Toronto’s public transit system, is now available at ttc.ca.

Highlights from 2015 Operating Statistics include:

- 537,594,801: Total TTC ridership reached in 2015 – an all-time record, surpassing the previous year’s record total of 534.8 million. TTC ridership has increased each year for the last 12 years.
- 231,139,000: Total number of kilometres operated in 2015 by buses, streetcars and subway/rt trains.
- 240,582,571: Total number of customer trips in 2015 by the TTC bus fleet.
- 229,617,058: Total number of customer trips in 2015 by the TTC subway fleet.
- 3,487,526: Total Wheel-Trans ridership reached in 2015 – an all-time high record and an increase of 410,345 over 2014 record total.
- 216,200: Total number of daily customers who use the TTC’s busiest station – Bloor (Line 1 Yonge-University).
- 64,600: Total number of daily customer trips on the TTC’s busiest surface route – 504 King (streetcar).
- 48,700: Total number of daily customer trips on the TTC’s second busiest surface route – 32 Eglinton West (bus).
- 10,175: Total number of stops served by TTC vehicles in Toronto and the GTA.
- 153: Total number of new low-floor, articulated buses in service in 2015.
- 22: Total number of days in which the TTC carried more than 1.8 million rides in a single day.

View the 2015 Operating Statistics.

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