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The TTC Subway Musicians Programme is governed by the Toronto Transit Commission and was established in 1979. Musicians are granted a licence to occupy designated areas in TTC subway stations in accordance with the TTC Subway Musicians licence agreement.
The TTC has been featured in many television commercials, documentaries as well as worldwide distributed feature films. With over 69 subway stations spread over 4 lines there is a variety of characteristic design throughout the system.
All vehicle and station advertising for the TTC is handled by Pattison Outdoor and all digital advertising on the Platform Video Screens in the subway stations is handled by Pattison Onestop.
All purchases of goods and services for the TTC are processed through the TTC’s Materials and Procurement Department.
The Toronto Transit Commission, in conjunction with Police Auctions Canada, are moving their highly successful auctions into your home.
The TTC has a network of TTC Fare Media Sellers (retail stores/businesses) who sell tickets, tokens and various passes to the public.
The purpose of the Lobbyist Registry is to enhance public confidence in the integrity of impartiality of decision making processes by making lobbying activities open and accessible to the public.
Service suspended on Line 1 (Yonge) Union to St Andrew due to scheduled station upgrades. Alternate route: Streetcars operating.
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