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What will expanded TTC service look like?



Toronto Mayor John Tory and the Chair of the Toronto Transit Commission, Councillor Josh Colle, today announced that the City of Toronto intends to invest $95 million to significantly expand and enhance transit service in Toronto. The program would reduce wait times and crowding and make using the TTC more affordable for families by eliminating fares for children 12 years and under.

While we yet don’t know exact details such as when the services will start, last August, TTC staff outlined many of these proposals in their report to the commission, “Opportunities to Improve Transit in Toronto”. You can read their report here. (.pdf)

Here are some of the maps that the TTC developed last summer for their report — expect the new services that Tory and Colle announced today to be similar to this. (We note that today’s announcements lists just four new express routes, while the express map illustrates more than four.)

Proposed Ten-Minute-or-Better Route Network

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Proposed Express Route Network

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Proposed All-Day, Every-Day Route Network

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Proposed Overnight Route Network

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