TTCs complaints compliments and suggestions process
Step one: Submit your feedback to the TTC
- Online at ttc.ca (an email will automatically be sent to you to acknowledge receipt of your feedback):
- By phone at 416-393-3030 from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily (Please note the Customer Service office is closed on statutory holidays).
- By mail to:
Toronto Transit Commission
1900 Yonge Street
Toronto, Ontario M4S 1Z2
- In-person at the:
Customer Service Centre Office
Toronto Transit Commission
1900 Yonge Street, Main Floor
Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
It is always helpful to include the following information as part of your description: date, time, intersection, direction the vehicle was travelling in, route, 4-digit vehicle number, subway station, subway line and/or route name/number and location. If you know the Operator’s badge number that’s helpful too.
Step two: Indicate if you require a response
You can choose to submit your feedback without requiring a response, or you can indicate that you would like to receive one. Either way, the Customer Service Representative will input your name, email and/or mailing address, phone number (if applicable) and your feedback into our database, assign a Customer Service Complaint (CSC) number to your file and will share your feedback with the appropriate department for their review and response. The representative will also share the CSC number with you so that you can reference it when communicating with the Customer Service team. If you do not require a response, your feedback will be marked as “For Information Only” when it is sent to the appropriate department.
If you would like a response, our goal is to get back to you within five business days. Some customer communications require interviews with operators, route supervisors or other TTC staff and may take up to 15 business days for investigation.
To check the status of your file call 416-393-3030 from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily (Please note the Customer Service office is closed on statutory holidays).
The TTC is unable to provide information on disciplinary action taken against staff, ongoing criminal investigations, Legal and Claims cases and video downloads.
Step three: Response from Customer Service
Once the feedback is received from the appropriate department, a Customer Service Representative will share the response with you. Your response will be shared by the method you requested i.e. phone, email or mail.
Step four: Escalation process
If you are not satisfied with the response you have received you can request to speak to a Senior Customer Service Representative. If you still feel like you need to escalate you can request to speak to a Customer Service Supervisor. Following that, you can submit a letter to the Director Customer Experience, Marketing and Customer Experience Department, Toronto Transit Commission, 1900 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario M4S 1Z2
If you are still not satisfied following your escalation request, you can contact the Ombudsman Toronto office at 416-392-7062.