The 2015 Operating Statistics, TTC’s annual compilation of key facts and figures about Toronto’s public transit system, is now available at ttc.ca.
Highlights from 2015 Operating Statistics include:
- 537,594,801: Total TTC ridership reached in 2015 – an all-time record, surpassing the previous year’s record total of 534.8 million. TTC ridership has increased each year for the last 12 years.
- 231,139,000: Total number of kilometres operated in 2015 by buses, streetcars and subway/rt trains.
- 240,582,571: Total number of customer trips in 2015 by the TTC bus fleet.
- 229,617,058: Total number of customer trips in 2015 by the TTC subway fleet.
- 3,487,526: Total Wheel-Trans ridership reached in 2015 – an all-time high record and an increase of 410,345 over 2014 record total.
- 216,200: Total number of daily customers who use the TTC’s busiest station – Bloor (Line 1 Yonge-University).
- 64,600: Total number of daily customer trips on the TTC’s busiest surface route – 504 King (streetcar).
- 48,700: Total number of daily customer trips on the TTC’s second busiest surface route – 32 Eglinton West (bus).
- 10,175: Total number of stops served by TTC vehicles in Toronto and the GTA.
- 153: Total number of new low-floor, articulated buses in service in 2015.
- 22: Total number of days in which the TTC carried more than 1.8 million rides in a single day.
View the 2015 Operating Statistics.