RapidTO: Priority bus lane implementation
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.
Priority A: Eglinton Avenue East/Kingston Road/Morningside Avenue from Kennedy Subway Station to the University of Toronto, Scarborough
Priority B: Jane Street from Eglinton Avenue to Steeles Avenue
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Frequently Asked Questions
Priority bus lane implementation
Where will the priority bus lanes be located (corridor)?
Will the existing bus routes still operate along this corridor?
Why are we implementing priority bus lanes?
Why was Eglinton East selected first of the five corridors?
When will the service begin?
How will this initiative improve transit service?
Estimated travel time savings
Is this a pilot project?
How will vehicular traffic be impacted along this route?
Will this priority bus lane prevent the future LRT?
How were stop locations determined?
Will taxis be allowed to use the lane / how will this impact taxis?
Can cyclists use the priority bus lane?
Will the bus lanes be in effect 24/7?
Description of elements – what can people expect?
Timing of delivery
How has TTC consulted with the community?
How will TTC gauge the success of this initiative?
Will there be any improvements to Public Realm?
How will this benefit TTC’s COVID-19 initiatives to protect customers?
Can TTC expedite implementation?
What will it cost to implement the priority bus lane?
How will the savings be realized?
How can you justify spending more money when TTC ridership is down?
Eglinton East Priority Bus Lanes - installation and bus stop placement
What we are doing and why
What to expect
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Why is the road painted red?
How will drivers see the red paint in the winter?
How long does the paint last?
Driving on roads with Priority Bus Lanes