TTC - Toronto Transit Commission

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The TTC is also known as the Toronto Transit Commission. TTC Website. The organization is run by the municipal government with funding from the province of Ontario. It was created in 1920 by an act of the provincial government

The commission runs 139 bus routes (1737 buses), 11 street car routes (248 streetcars) and 3 subway lines (706 subway cars). Annual passenger trips were 466 in 2008. The commission employes 12K workers.

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Hours

Major routes such as Bloor and Yonge St. have service 24 hours a day.

The subway runs from approximately 6am to 2am on weekdays.

Fares

  • Cash fare: $2.75
  • Day pass:$11
  • Tokens: 4 fares for $10 (sold only at subway stations or convenience stores)

Modes of transport

Streetcar

The first Toronto's street cars began operating in the late 1800s on Church St.

Subway

Bus

TTC PA Codes

  • 12 Fire department
  • 17 Police department
  • 40 Line supervisor
  • 42 Tower supervisor
  • 48 Security Investigator
  • 99 Subway Mechanic
  • 125 Chief General Manager
  • 130-146 Superintendents
  • 199 Subway mechanic supervisor
  • 506 Janitors
  • 520 Painters
  • 606 Radio crew
  • 632 Signal maint.
  • 653 Electrial crew
  • 721 Track patrol
  • 722 Track lubricator
  • 800 Photographers
  • 828-831 Emergency truck
  • RT10 Garbage car

Transit related websites

TTC decals at Walloper

Bus transfer
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