Transit in the city of Toronto is evolving to a more fast-paced transit system that works to provide a favourable commute experience.
TTC Schedules & Maps
On weekdays and Saturdays, trains run every few minutes from about 6:00am until 1:30am On Sundays, they run from about 8:00am to 1:30am Most buses run from about 6:00am (8:00am on Sundays) until about 1:00am, every day. For more information on fares, routes, schedules and service contact at 416-393-4636.
Fares & Passes
Learn more about paying your fare, fare information, passes and PRESTO. The TTC Weekly Pass is no longer available. The pass has been discontinued as of March 31, 2019.
File a Complaint or Compliment
You can file a complaint or compliment by calling Customer Service at 416-393-3030, daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Public complaints relating to the conduct of Transit Enforcement Officers may only be made by contacting the TTC Transit Enforcement and Security Services’ Unit Complaints Coordinator at 416-393-3111.
Find more information about the TTC.
Toronto Transit Commission is located at:
1900 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4S 1Z2
Hours: 7am - 5 p.m.
Phone: 1 866-642-9882
Wheel-Trans is a paratransit system operated by the TTC providing specialized door-to-door accessible transit services for persons with physical disabilities using its fleet of accessible minibuses or contracted accessible taxis. Users must register with the TTC who will typically grant access to those with permanent disabilities or show difficulty in travelling short distances. Wheel-Trans only provides service within the City of Toronto.
If you need help, Wheel-Trans Customer Service is available to assist you at [email protected] or at 416-393-4111, open weekdays 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. To book your Wheel-Trans trip, please click here. Reservations can also be made by phone using the Reservations line at 416-393-4222.
Applying for Wheel-Trans service
If your disability prevents you from using conventional transit some or all of the time, then you may wish to apply. Eligibility is not based on disability type, income or age. It is based solely on the presence of a disability that impacts a person’s ability to travel on conventional transit.
Read the Wheel-Trans 10-year strategy.