Investing in service
We're putting more into the TTC so you get more out of it
Your fare just got more valuable. An unprecedented $90-million investment in TTC service is good news for TTC customers. It’s going to help us meet surging ridership challenges, decrease wait times and reduce crowding levels across the network.
How we’re improving services for you:
- Adding more buses and streetcars across the city to make travelling at off peak times faster, less crowded, and more convenient.
- Restoring all-day, everyday bus service on many routes across the city.
- Making the TTC more kid-friendly; children 12 and under now ride for free.
- Adding trains to Line 1 and Line 2 at rush-hour service on the subway.
- Introducing all-door boarding and on-board proof-of-payment (POP) to help you save travel time.
All of this means faster, better public transit across our network. Service reliability will also be enhanced with the deployment of more incident responders, and additional route and station supervisors to keep the network moving. We have a lot to do to build a transit system that makes Toronto proud, but introducing these initiatives gets us one step closer.
Learn more about the TTC Board 2015 budgets and unprecedented investment in service.
Elevator Alert: Queen's Quay Station, streetcar platform to street level, out of service until June 16, 2017, due to construction.
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