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
The Runnymede and Keele Station Easier Access Construction Updates Open House was held on Tuesday, December 11, 2018. The TTC held an open house to discuss the elevator construction plans at Runnymede and Keele stations. The TTC’s Easier Access Program makes subway stations accessible.
The presentation below was shared at the open house and provides more details.
Venue: Council Chamber – Swansea Town Hall
Address: 95 Lavinia Avenue, Toronto, ON M6S 3H9
Date: Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Time: 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
TTC staff will be on hand to answer any questions.
Starting on Tuesday, November 6 after Monday subway service ends, a track crew will be working overnight between Keele and Dundas West stations to conduct essential track maintenance. The work will involve tamping areas of track between the two stations. The overnight maintenance activity will also occur on Wednesday and Thursday nights.
506 Carlton streetcar service will be restored with bus supplement. From September 2nd to October 6, 2018, there will be a temporary bus diversion due to streetcar tracks replacement at Dundas and Lansdowne. Details are provided below.
Fair Pass Discount Program was approved by Toronto City Council in 2016 as a poverty reduction initiative to make transit more affordable for low income residents. Other initiatives include making transit free for children 12 years of age and under and implementing a universal two-hour transfer.
The Fair Pass Discount Program addresses this gap for the many low income residents who rely on public transit to carry out basic daily activities, attend necessary appointments and benefit from opportunities and resources available to them in this great city.
Details of this program are in the document below.
Please see below for more information on updates for 501/301 Queen route service west of Roncesvalles Ave.