We are preparing our 2022 Annual Service Plan

Annual Service Plans (ASPs) identify how the TTC will serve customers in the coming year. They are focused on modifying and improving service for our customers, and refining previously identified service planning initiatives to address emerging and changing priorities.

Ward 16 – Don Valley East Virtual Town Hall meeting - September 22, 2021, 6:00 pm-7:30 pm

Join us at a virtual town hall to learn more about the 2022 Annual Service Plan and route changes proposed as part of the Line 5 Surface Network Plan. TTC staff will provide an overview of the 2022 ASP, focusing on proposed changes to 54 Lawrence East, 954 Lawrence East Express, and 51 Leslie bus routes. Please click on the following link to register.

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Main priorities of the 2022 Annual Service Plan

The main priorities of the 2022 annual Service Plan will be:

  1. Network Optimization: continuing to optimize our network to match service capacity to ridership demand.
  2. Line 5 Surface Network Plan: modifying the bus network to support the opening of Line 5 Eglinton.
  3. Service Initiatives Supporting Ridership Recovery: implementing network changes in response to customer inquiries, existing and emerging travel patterns, and new developments in the city.

In addition to the three main priorities, we will continue to develop and implement the 20-point action plan, including the initiatives initially approved by the Board in the 5-Year Service Plan and updated in the 2021 Annual Service Plan to reflect the COVID-19 pandemic.

Consultation process

The 2022 Annual Service Plan consultation process builds on the 5-Year Service Plan & 10-Year Outlook, in which we committed to consulting the public and stakeholders annually to inform the development of detailed Annual Service Plans.

In June and July 2021, we conducted consultations on the 2022 Annual Service Plan, including stakeholder meetings and a public survey outlining the proposed service changes.

August-September 2021. Consultations will focus on sharing the proposed final recommendations for 2022 Annual Service Plan, and how feedback from Round 1 informed the recommendations. We will seek feedback to inform any final refinements to the Plan before it is presented to the TTC Board.

Engagement activities will include:

  • One round of virtual stakeholder meetings (with two identical sessions offered so stakeholders can choose the time that works best for them).

As the consultation process unfolds, we will post presentations, summaries, and other relevant links to this page.

Line 3 bus replacement service

The TTC Board approved the Line 3 Bus Replacement Study Update report at their September 15 meeting.

The Board approved the proposed corridor options for evaluation and the evaluation framework that will enable the development and assessment of routing alternatives. Routing alternatives will be the main subject of the next round of public consultations, which will launch again in October 2021. Next steps and the emerging direction for adaptive re-use of Line 3 infrastructure will also be presented in the next round of consultations.

Learn more about the Line 3 Bus Replacement Study.

Sign up for updates

Please visit this website regularly for updates. If you would like to receive updates about the 2022 Annual Service Plan, please send an email to planning@ttc.ca, with the subject line "2022 Annual Service Plan."

Consultation documents

We will update this section of the website throughout the process with engagement reports.

Round One

June 24 Stakeholder Meetings