Current Connecting Toronto releases
Planning TTC's future requires public and employee input
June 23, 2017
With only six months left to go in 2017, the Five-Year Corporate Plan to modernize the TTC is rapidly drawing to its conclusion.
- TTC looking to expand express bus network
June 16, 2017 - This week (June 15), the TTC Board considered a report recommending the phased expansion of express bus routes over the next 10 years.
- Keeping the TTC safe and secure: if you see something, say something
June 9, 2017 - The recent terrible events in the U.K. provide a stark reminder that we must never lower our guard in terms of safety and security.
- TTC’s expertise sought from around the world
June 2, 2017 - Earlier this week, the TTC was one of seven transit agencies to participate in a questionnaire put together by our counterparts in New York City as they grapple with aging subway infrastructure and increasing ridership.
- TTC opens its doors to two new subway stations
May 26, 2017 - This Saturday only, the TTC will showcase two of its stunning new subway stations on the soon-to-be-opened Line 1 extension to York Region, our contribution to the ever-popular Doors Open Toronto event.
- King Street Pilot Study puts people and transit first
May 19, 2017 - This week saw the TTC and City of Toronto announce details of a year-long pilot on King St. — the King Street Pilot Study — that will provide greater priority to transit service, namely the 504 King and 514 Cherry streetcars.
- TTC, Bombardier focused on getting quality new streetcars to Toronto
May 12, 2017 - There has been much said recently about the difficulties faced by Bombardier in the manufacture and delivery of Toronto’s new streetcar fleet.
- Focus on driving down TTC delays is paying off
May 5, 2017 - While the talk of the town is often transit expansion, our main focus over the past five years has been to make the existing transit system more reliable.
- You said it: Help keep the TTC moving
April 28, 2017 - Public transit has long been recognized as the fastest, most sustainable way to move large numbers of people in an urban environment. In a growing city like Toronto, that is certainly the case.
- Construction season: TTC, City work closely to limit impacts
April 21, 2017 - Spring has sprung and construction season is about to get under way across the city. With that comes the start of an annual challenge for our surface route network of buses and streetcars.
- Expansion of TTC network must include the Relief Line
April 7, 2017 - Earlier this week (April 3), I joined Mayor John Tory, TTC Chair Josh Colle and a number of City Councillors at an event at Bloor-Yonge Station to invite the provincial government to help fund the planned Relief Line.