New mural at Davisville Station celebrates 100 years of the TTC

As of today, customers travelling through Davisville Station will notice an inspiring new mural on the mezzanine level of the station. Titled “100 Years with the TTC,” the mural celebrates the Toronto Transit Commission’s centennial anniversary


The artwork, designed by artist Rosena Fung, showcases winning entries from the TTC100 contest submitted by students who shared their vision of transit over the next 100 years. The mural depicts inspired ideas from children of all ages for things like futuristic new vehicles, creative expansion of the TTC’s system, and exciting technological innovations.


“The future of transit is in good hands with our youngest riders, who clearly have big dreams and plans for the next 100 years of the TTC,” said TTC CEO Richard J. Leary. “I’m very pleased to have this mural at Davisville Station, a location that holds a lot of historical significance for the TTC, and where our head office is still located. I hope that customers passing through will enjoy the creativity and imagination of the next generation.”


“This mural depicts the vision of bright young people for the TTC over the next hundred years. It includes inspiring ideas that expand on accessibility, safety, and technological innovation dedicated to the environment and inclusiveness in a meaningful way. From new vehicle models to creative uses of existing infrastructure, and to the expansion of lines and services, the vision for the future looks brilliant and we are ready for it!”, said lead artist Rosena Fung


The mural was produced in partnership with STEPS Public Art, a Canadian-based art organization that develops public art plans, installations and engagement strategies that foster vibrant communities. The student contest winners whose ideas are featured in the mural are Ishrag Alam, Annie Clarke-Ward, Ayaz Ghafur, Virgil Grant, Selena Haththotuwa, Finch Howells-Young, Kailah Kilfoyle, Leonard and Robyn Killeen, Alexandros Prokos, Saheel Siyam, Jazz Stocker-Witticker and Kevin Wang.


The TTC kicked off its 100th anniversary celebrations last year, with Mayor John Tory officially proclaiming September 1, 2021, as “TTC Centenary Day” in the City of Toronto. The TTC also marked the milestone as 100 years came to a close this past weekend with a final public event at TTC Hillcrest Complex. A commemorative 100th Anniversary coffee table book, artwork and other merchandise are available for purchase in the TTC online store at


For more information about the activities related to TTC100 celebrations, visit


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