The TTC avoids doing maintenance during the cold winter months, spokesman Brad Ross said, but now that spring is nearly here, maintenance-related closures will be coming fast and furious - unlike your rush-hour streetcar.
The TTC's Group Day Pass, which allows groups to ride all-day on weekends, will be valid this Monday, Feb. 15 for Family Day.
A group of Grade 6 students from Mason Road Elementary School attended the event, with NBA Canada vice president Dan Mackenzie and the TTC's chair Josh Colle. “It's a perfect example of how we can work together to not only improve our commute for ...
The first is to work with the existing system and "fix" some of the common irritants: double fares at the Toronto border, because more than 80 per cent of regional transit trips include the TTC; the lack of a TTC-GO co-fare; and GO fares for shorter ...
Parts of the TTC subway will close for at least a weekend, starting in March and occurring every single month until the end of the year.
“The TTC's expectation is that all operators adhere to the Highway Traffic Act,” he said. “Any contravention of the Act is addressed on a case by case basis directly with the employee.
ttc subway closures 2016 TTC subway closures are about to become a very common thing in 2016. There's been a bit of a reprieve to start the year, but as was the case in the late fall, scheduled shut downs of both Line 1 and 2 are about to ramp up.
Extra, Extra: TTC Morning Commute From Hell, Catholic School Exemption Leads to Complaint, and the Sneaker Express. By Erica Lenti.
The incident sparked a police review of the incident and TTC's enforcement officers involved were cleared. It's not clear what sparked the altercation although it was not a fare dispute.
TTC improvements The TTC has released its Customer Service Charter for 2016, and it includes a number of ways the transit provider promises to improve the passenger experience this year.
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ttc seating Sometimes the most mundane things end up shaping our connection to the city we live in. Case in point: the seating layout on TTC subway trains. It's a small thing, but if you've ever ridden on an MTA subway car, you know that the individual ...
Evidence does not bear out Christopher Hume's assertion that the TTC does not “put passengers first.” While I don't know what happened that day on the 506 Carlton streetcar that caused it to short-turn, I do understand the frustration.
Last year, the Tokens 4 Change event raised $93,474.59 - funds used to purchase TTC tokens to help homeless youths living at YWS travel back and forth to job interviews, to school, to medical appointments and to counseling sessions.