TTC service improvements begin Sunday

The TTC is increasing service and improving reliability during off-peak times on many bus and streetcar routes starting this Sun., Nov. 22.

These changes, part of the TTC's budgeted service improvements for 2015, are made possible by an unprecedented $95 million investment in transit this year from Toronto City Council.

More routes with all-day, every-day service
With service on the 127 Davenport route increasing, there are now 123 routes with all-day, every-day service, making the TTC a more available, predictable and consistent travel option for a greater number of Torontonians.

Ten-minute-or-better service network
Service increases on the 165 Weston Rd North and the 96 Wilson routes will result in 10 minutes or better, all-day, every day service. More than 50 of the TTC's subway, streetcar, and bus routes will now have frequent service at all times.
Reduced off-peak crowding
Improvements to the following routes will provide a noticeable improvement in service quality, resulting in shorter wait times, less crowding and a better chance for customers to get a seat:
- 504 King
- 165 Weston Rd North
- 96 Wilson

"The TTC continues to roll out unprecedented increases in service this year, all across the city,” said TTC Chair Josh Colle. “This enhanced service is making transit in Toronto more frequent, less crowded and more reliable for our loyal customers so they can spend less time waiting and have a more comfortable ride to their destinations."

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