Toronto Transit Commission (TTC)

The Toronto Transit Commission serves approximately 1.7 million daily commuters in Toronto and from surrounding municipalities. Public transit services are provided through the TTC’s network of subways, light-rail vehicles, streetcars, and buses. Their Wheel-Trans service provides specialized door-to-door transit services for individuals with accessible transportation needs.

The TTC undertakes a range of transit service planning and coordination activities to improve transit services and ensure there is the capacity to service ridership growth. Working with Metrolinx, an agency of the Government of Ontario, the TTC plans and implements transit expansion projects to improve transit services in Toronto and connections with surrounding municipalities.

Voting Results

Comments from participants:

Put a hold on transit funding until the post COVID needs are determined; do allow transference of increased service vehicles where needed but don't allow any new construction unless the area is underserviced (not underserviced on the waterfront).

We should maintain funding levels, but shift the allocation of that $ away from motor vehicle infrastructure towards active transportation (bike lanes, sidewalks).

Phone: 416-392-7903
Constituency Office: 100 Queen St W A5, Toronto, ON, M5H 2N2