Search Transit Toronto

Powered by GOOGLE.

King Street transit priority corridor:
Public meeting, May 18



Web Banner_King Pilot-01.png

TTC streetcars and buses operating along King Streets East and West between River and Dufferin Streets serve the busiest surface transit corridor in Toronto. They carry as many as 65,000 passengers every Monday to Friday.

In February, City of Toronto and TTC staff presented three options for redesigning King Street to prioritize transit vehicles.

Your feedback during that event helped staff to shape a design for a pilot project later this year. You can learn more about the design that staff prefer and offer your comments and ideas at the next public meeting, Thursday, May 18.

The event takes place:

InterContinental Toronto Centre,
Ballroom,
225 Front Street West
(Corner of Front Street West and Lower Simcoe Street)
6:30 until 9 p.m.

The City says that “Consultation and engagement is a critical part of the King Street Pilot Study, and a variety of community and neighbourhood groups, businesses and BIAs, and other key stakeholders will be involved throughout the study.”


Getting there by public transit:

  • TTC 1 Yonge - University subway trains to Union Station. Walk two blocks westward along the south side of Front Street West.
  • Eastbound buses operating along the 121 Fort York - Esplanade route to Front Street West and Lower Simcoe Street, beside the hotel.
  • Westbound buses operating along the 121 Fort York - Esplanade route to Front Street West west of Simcoe Street. Cross at the signal to the hotel on the south-west corner.
  • GO Transit trains and buses to Union Station or Union Station GO Bus Terminal. Walk westward along the south side of Front Street West to the hotel.
Support us on Patreon Button

Welcome to Transit Toronto! This is an information site dedicated to public transportation in Toronto, maintained by transit enthusiasts for transit enthuasiasts. This is NOT the official website of the Toronto Transit Commission, Metrolinx or any other transit provider or government agency. To access the official websites of these agencies, consult this page here.