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The TTC is working to improve our customers’ experience and environment. We are working on Easier Access and Second Exit projects at several stations. We're also reviewing opportunities for expansion to better serve our customers.
Cities in Canada and around the world have embraced light rail transit (LRT) as a transit mode of choice for its speed, reliability, comfort and environmentally-friendly service. Read about Toronto’s plans for LRT.
The Waterfront Transit Reset study area extends from the Long Branch GO Station and the Mississauga border in the west to Woodbine Avenue in the east, and south of the Queensway/Queen Street corridor to Lake Ontario.
In our 5-Year Service Plan & 10-Year Outlook released in December 2019, TTC outlined a proposal to explore priority bus-only lanes and other service-enhancing measures on five of its busiest corridors.
Annual Service Plans (ASPs) identify how the TTC will serve customers in the coming year. They are focused on modifying and improving service for our customers, and refining previously identified service planning initiatives to address emerging and changing priorities.
The TTC’s Line 3, Scarborough Rapid Transit system (SRT), is a 6.4 kilometre intermediate capacity rapid transit line with six stations that opening in 1985. The TTC Board has approved decommissioning of the SRT in 2023 and providing safe and accessible interim bus service until the Scarborough Subway Extension (SSE) is opened by the Province of Ontario in 2030.
TTC’s Easier Access Program will make all subway stations accessible to everyone, regardless of their level of mobility. Today, more than half of our stations are accessible to people with disabilities.
A number of TTC stations are getting second exits/entrances to improve customer safety and convenience. Some are under construction, with several still in the planning process. Read more about the TTC’s second exit/entrance planning and consultation process.