As part of its State of Good Repair program, in 2020 the TTC will be renewing the tracks on Howard Park Avenue from west of Roncesvalles Avenue to the High Park streetcar loop.
In advance of the track renewal project and as part of the Ravine and Natural Feature Protection application process, TTC will carry out a field investigation inside High Park Loop on Sunday, November 24, 2019.TTC Notice - High Park Loop - investigation - Nov 2019
November 30, 2019, will be the last day to buy TTC tickets, tokens and passes at collector booths. You can still use them to pay your fare. Refunds will not be provided. Once you no longer have tickets, tokens and passes, you can switch to a PRESTO card.
November 25, 2019, will be the last day you can buy a GTA Weekly Pass. You’ll be able to pay your fare with the pass until December 1.
Don’t wait to get your PRESTO card. Purchase one today at Fare Vending Machines at all subway station entrances, all Shoppers Drug Mart locations, online at prestocard.ca and at the TTC Customer Service Centre.
PRESTO cards work on the TTC and other transit agencies across the GTA. Learn more
30 Lambton becomes 30 High Park
As part of the Junction Area Study, this route will change from 30 Lambton to 30 High Park, and connect between High Park Station and Runnymede Loop at Runnymede Road and Dundas Street West. This service will replace the existing 30 Lambton service on the High Park Avenue corridor.
Service will operate every 20 minutes at all times except the late evening, when service operates every 15 minutes.
- Northbound: from High Park Station to north on High Park Avenue, west on Dundas Street West to Runnymede Loop
- Southbound: from Runnymede Loop to east on Dundas Street West, south on High Park Avenue to east to High Park Station
Click here to find approximate first and last trip.
40 Junction becomes 40 Junction-Dundas West
As part of the Junction Area Study, the route will change from 40 Junction to 40 Junction-Dundas West, and operate from Dundas West Station to Kipling Station via Dundas Street West. This new route will replace part of the former 30 Lambton. Part of the service from Dundas West Station will turn back at Jane and St Clair in all periods of the week to provide higher frequency service in the Junction area.
Service between Dundas West Station and Jane Street will operate every 8 to 9 minutes during peak periods and every 10 to 15 minutes in off-peak periods.
Service west of Jane Street along Dundas Street West will operate every 16 to 18 minutes during the peak periods and every 20 to 30 minutes in the off-peak periods.
40A Dundas West Station-Kipling Station
- Eastbound: from Kipling Station to west on St Albans Road, north on Aukland Road, east and north on Dundas Street West through to Dunbloor Road, east on Dundas Street West, south and east on Mabelle Avenue, north on Cordova Avenue, east on Dundas Street West to Dundas West Station
- Westbound: from Dundas West Station to north and west on Dundas Street West, south on Cordova Avenue, west and north on Mabelle Avenue, west on Dundas Street West, south on Dunbloor Road, south and west on Dundas Street West, south on Kipling Avenue, west on Viking Lane, south and west on St Albans Road to Kipling Station
40B Dundas West Station-Jane
- Eastbound: from Jane Street and St Clair Avenue West to east on St Clair Avenue, south on Runnymede Road, east on Dundas Street West to Dundas West Station
- Westbound: from Dundas West Station to north and west on Dundas Street West, north on Jane Street, east on St Clair Avenue to Jane Street and St Clair Avenue West
Click here to find the approximate first and last trip.
The TTC conducted a review of bus routes in the Junction Area with the goal of reducing customer journey time and providing more continuous service along major corridors.
In May 2018, TTC staff proposed service improvements to the bus network, which included more service on Parkside Drive and changes to the routes along the St. Clair West and Dundas West corridors. After these initial public consultations, late evening and Sunday and holiday Parkside Drive service was implemented in September 2018.
TTC received positive community feedback for the proposed service improvements at the local station consultations and open houses.
The new service improvements will go into effect on October 13, 2019.
Summary of TTC Public Consultations:
TTC Staff presented information boards summarizing the study at key locations in subway stations near the bus connections of the affected routes and at open houses on the following dates/stations:
-Dundas West: January 16 and 18, 2019
-Keele: January 14, 15, and 18, 2019
-High Park: January 17, 2019
-Runnymede: January 16, 2019
-Public Open House: David Appleton Community Recreation, Pritchard Avenue, Ward 5, February 6, 2019
-Public Open House: West Toronto Baptist Church, Dundas Street W, Ward 4, February 20, 2019
The TTC Board Approved the Following Report: Routing Changes – Junction Area Study on April 11, 2019.
Customer Service: 416-393-3030 (daily 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.)
TTY Line: 416-481-2523 (daily 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., closed holidays)
As part of the TTC’s commitment to provide accessible transit, construction is underway at Runnymede to install new elevators. Runnymede Station is scheduled to become accessible at the end of 2020. Construction has been progressing and I would like to provide you with an update on the next phase of work. Here is an overview of construction activities to expect over the coming months:Runnymede Station- Construction Update -Bus Roadway Closed Fall 2019_FINAL
The TTC has embarked on the development of a 5-Year Service Plan and 10-Year Outlook that will serve as the blue print for improvements to surface transit that will be delivered between 2020-2024.
After extensive technical work and public feedback, a draft Plan is available for a final round of public consultation. Additional details on the draft Plan and a link to the survey are available below.
Please participate in this ten-minute exercise which will help shape transit service for the next ten years.
Note that the survey will close on October 23, 2019.
You are invited to attend the TTC’s annual Public Forum on Accessible Transit, which will take place on Wednesday September 25, 2019, from 6 pm to 9 pm at Beanfield Centre at Exhibition Place, 105 Princes’ Boulevard. The purpose of the Forum is to update customers about TTC accessibility initiatives, including the Wheel-Trans 10-Year Strategy, Family of Services, Travel Training Pilot Program, and the Easier Access project, and gather feedback about possible improvements to the TTC’s accessible conventional and specialized services.
The Public Forum includes:
- 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm – Special Meeting of the TTC Board
- 6 pm to 7 pm – Display area for one-on-one interaction with attendees
- 7 pm to 9 pm – Brief presentation from TTC staff on the progress and status of TTC accessibility initiatives followed by a Q&A session
Come out and let your voice be heard!
The TTC is initiating a Five-Year Service Plan and 10-Year Outlook to build on our Corporate Plan (2018-2022) and strengthen Toronto’s mobility network. The Plan and Outlook will set a vision and identify strategies and actions to improve mobility so that residents from Toronto and outlying areas can access the many employment, educational and cultural opportunities our great city has to offer.
In order to achieve this, TTC is asking Torontonians for their feedback through a short five minute on-line survey available at the following link: TTC5YearServicePlan.metroquest.ca.
The survey will close on July 26, 2019 and results will help the TTC develop a blueprint to improve surface transit service.
The TTC and Councillor Perks invite you to a public open house to learn more about the Junction Area Bus Study.
Venue: West Toronto Baptist Church (3049 Dundas St West)
Date: Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Time: 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
We are proposing changes to the bus network in The Junction to improve customer travel time by removing gaps in service. TTC staff will be on hand to answer any questions.
Art is an important component of major station upgrades (including the Easier Access and Second Exit construction improvement projects). On June 5, 2017, TTC unveiled art concepts for 7 stations that are either under construction or scheduled for construction in the near future. The art installations at Runnymede Station are up. Elicser Elliot worked on these pieces titled Anonymous Somebody. More information regarding TTC Public Art Program can be found at http://www.ttc.ca/About_the_TTC/Projects/Public_art/index.jsp