The TTC celebrated its 100th anniversary on September 1, 2021. The Toronto Transportation Commission (TTC) officially assumed responsibility for municipal transit services in the City of Toronto on September 1, 1921. This began an era of consolidation and expansion that accompanied and accelerated the astonishing growth of Toronto as a city. The TTC has played an important role in Toronto’s past and as we look ahead, it is exciting to think about how we will continue to shape our city’s future.

To mark this historic milestone you can travel back in time by:

  • Watching the TTC 100th anniversary video
  • Visiting the TTC’s 100th anniversary microsite
  • Purchasing a TTC 100th anniversary commemorative coffee table book at ttcshop.ca.
  • Visiting Union Station to see the TTC’s 100th anniversary pageantry banners in front of the station. They’ll be on display until October 1, 2021.
  • Travelling to one of 12 subway stations to see the unique TTC: 100 Years of Moving Toronto photo exhibits.
  • Visiting the TTC: 100 Years of Moving Toronto virtual photography exhibit on the City of Toronto Archives website.

The TTC will be commemorating its anniversary until September 1, 2022. Due to COVID-19 public health restrictions, we have delayed any public events until we can host large events safely. Visit this page regularly to see more ways the TTC will be celebrating over the coming months.