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Crane operations on Queen Street West:
TTC detour, February 6 and 7



The TTC is removing power to the overhead streetcar wiring on

  • Queen Street West just west of Yonge Street

during crane operations this weekend.

It’s detouring streetcars operating along these routes, while power is off:

  • 301 Queen overnight; and
  • 501 Queen.

Shuttle buses replace the cars, operating between Bathurst and Jarvis Streets.

Shuttle buses replacing streetcars open all doors at all stops, so passengers can board with a proof of payment. Since the TTC has not yet equipped buses with PRESTO devices, card users must pay with cash, tickets or tokens at the front door and take a transfer from the driver as proof of payment.

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St Clair West Station concrete inspection:
February 6 and 7



A TTC crew is inspecting the concrete on the east ramp outside St Clair West Station this weekend. The inspection involves digging out about six metres (18 feet) of concrete from the streetcar track allowance to expose the rails and evaluate the track system for upcoming work on the ramps this spring and summer.

Starting at about 8 a.m. Saturday, February 6, the crew breaks and removes concrete on the St. Clair Avenue West tracks, west of Tweedsmuir Avenue. They’ll remove the concrete by late Saturday afternoon. They’ll place asphalt Sunday, February 7, finishing all work by 4 p.m.

The TTC is maintaining all streetcar and bus service from St Clair West Station during the work.




In the news: Thursday, February 4, 2016



Greater Toronto and Golden Horseshoe area media report on public transit issues today.

Greater Toronto Area
  • 680 All News Radio report, “Subway raccoon delays transit but delights passengers”, here.
  • BlogTO post, “TTC customer satisfaction reaches all-time high”, here.
  • BlogTO post, “Raccoon takes a ride on the TTC”, here.
  • BlogTOpost, “What the Gardiner Expressway might have looked like”, here.
  • Canadian Press article (from the Toronto Sun website), “Feds to speed up infrastructure approvals as millions left unspent”, here.
  • Canadian Press article (from the National Post website), “‘We’ll put this down to cuteness’: Lone raccoon hitches ride downtown on Toronto subway”, here.
  • CBC News Toronto report, “TTC plans to reduce subway delays by 50 per cent, says Mayor John Tory”, here.
  • CBC News Toronto report, “Raccoon tries to catch the subway at Spadina Station”, here.
  • CleanTech Canada post, “Ontario issues second $750M green bond to help fund infrastructure projects”, here.
  • CodeRedTO.com post, “Transit projects and events update”, here.
  • CP24 report, “Subway service saw fewer delays in 2015: Tory”, here.
  • CP24 report, “Raccoon spotted trying to hop a ride on TTC at Spadina Station”, here.
  • CTV News Toronto report, “Transit delays down 13 percent in 2015: TTC”, here.
  • CTV News Toronto report, “Commuters struggle with lack of GO Transit park and ride spots”, here.
  • CTV News Toronto report, “Province issues second round of ‘green’ bonds”, here.
  • CTV News Toronto report, “Subway bandit: Raccoon spotted on TTC train”, here.
  • CTV News Toronto report, “Suspect charged after alleged sex assault on subway train”, here.
  • Daily Mail Online post, “What are we waiting fur? Hilarious moment: Subway brought to halt, RACCOON boards train”, here.
  • DurhamRegion.com article, “Durham commuter life getting longer, more time consuming”, here.
  • DurhamRegion.com article, “Much work needs to be done to curb the number of commuters leaving Durham Region”, here.
  • Global News Toronto report, “Toronto to invest $50 million more in TTC, reduce budget delays by 50 percent”, here.
  • Global News Toronto report, “Cops praise citizen’s arrest in alleged subway sex assault, caution on delayed arrests”, here.
  • Globe and Mail article, “My commute with the Toronto subway raccoon”, here.
  • Huffington Post Canada post, “Chill Raccoon Rides Toronto Subway During Rush Hour”, here.
  • insauga post, “UPDATE - Hurontario light rail transit project”, here.
  • InsideToronto.com article, “TOinTRANSIT: TTC receives $56 million for the city of Toronto for improving transit, here.
  • InsideToronto.com article, “Your TTC tokens can change a homeless youth’s life in Etobicoke”, here.
  • InsideToronto.com article, “ROCKET RACCOON: Courageous critter joins Toronto commuters at Spadina station subway”, here.
  • Metro Toronto article, “Documents show Queen St. route for Downtown Relief subway”, here.
  • Metro Toronto article, “TTC subway service improving, but maintenance program must wait”, here.
  • Metro Toronto’s Urban Etiquette column, “The rules of transit etiquette, for those who still don’t get it”, here.
  • Mississauga News article, “Metrolinx finalizing plans for Port Credit Mobility Hub”, here.
  • Oshawa Express article, “[DRT] U-Pass price up for vote”, here.
  • railway-technology.com post, “Ontario’s second green project benefits two transit projects”, here.
  • Ride This Crazy Train post, “All this for $9.65 a trip”, here.
  • post, “Really? There is no North American company that can do this? Double-deckers are awful for regional transit (no comfort / passenger safety) and can’t support the summer season in Niagara”, here.
  • South Bayview Bulldog post, “Resident concerned for pedestrians at Bayview and Soudan”, here.
  • Steve Munro’s post, “Memo to John Tory: Where’s the $50 Million?”, here.
  • Steve Munro’s post, “GO Transit electrification study public meetings”, here.
  • Time article, “Raccoon Gets on Subway in Commute to End All Commutes”, here.
  • Torontoist post, “City Council Preview: February 2016”, here.
  • Torontoist post, “Video: Raccoon rides the rocket during morning rush”, here.
  • Toronto Star column, “John Tory’s ‘evidence-based’ decision on transit still lacks proof”, here.
  • Toronto Star letter to the editor, “Byford: TTC service: it’s getting better all the time”, here.
  • Toronto Star letter to the editor: “McCuaig: Metrolinx isn’t thinking small”, here.
  • Toronto Star article, “Subway touted as a way to waken Scarborough’s downtown dream”, here.
  • Toronto Star article, “GO double-deckers to roll out of Vaughan plant”, here.
  • Toronto Star column, “Electric shock for Metrolinx shows how thinking small can cause big pain”, here.
  • Toronto Star column, “Who decides which transit shelters will be a billboard for ads?: The Fixer”, here.
  • Toronto Star article, “‘Green’ Gardiner proposal includes a park over eastern end of the highway”, here.
  • Toronto Star article, “Fatality disrupts service on GO Transit Kitchener line”, here.
  • Toronto Star article, “Raccoon hops subway at morning rush hour”, here.
  • Toronto Sun article, “Budget to give TTC $50 million boost: Tory”, here.
  • Toronto Sun article, “Feds to speed up infrastructure approvals as millions left unspent”, here.
  • Toronto Sun article, “Raccoon rides subway, causes TTC delay”, here.
  • TTCriders.ca post, “Mayor Tory, increasing the TTC budget through fare hikes is not investing in transit”, here.
  • Urban Toronto post, “Photo of the Day: The 509”, here.
  • Urban Toronto post, “Photo of the Day: GO Willowbrook Yard”, here.
  • Varsity article, “Tory: ‘The civil war is over’”, here.
  • YorkRegion.com article, “Markham moves closer to silencing train whistles”, here.
Elsewhere in the Greater Golden Horseshoe



14th and 15th new TTC streetcars
entered service, January 14, February 1



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TTC Flexity LRV #4414 heads southbound on 510 SPADINA service, approaching College Street on Thursday, January 14, 2016. Photo by James Bow.

The TTC’s 14th accessible low-floor Toronto Flexity streetcar, #4415, entered service Thursday, January 14 morning along the 510 Spadina route.

The 15th new car, #4416, entered service along the 510 Spadina route in time for the afternoon rush hour today, Monday, February 1.

A total of 15 new streetcars serve the 510 Spadina and 509 Harbourfront routes.

The new streetcars feature a higher passenger capacity, air conditioning, and are fully accessible for passengers with mobility devices.

The new cars carry PRESTO fare-card readers and ticket validators to help passengers to pay their fares. The machines also allow customers without a PRESTO card to buy a single-ride Proof-of-Payment (POP) ticket with coins or tokens. All TTC streetcar routes are POP routes, meaning passengers can board any streetcar by any door at any, if they have a POP — a POP ticket, transfer or pass.

In a recent article, Toronto Sun, reporter Terry Davidson wrote that the TTC’s chief executive officer, Andy Byford told the Toronto Transit Commission to expect many more new cars on the streets this year. According to Davidson, Byford told told the board that

  • The TTC has ordered a total of 204 new streetcars from their manufacturer, Bombardier Inc.;
  • A new streetcar should arrive in Toronto from the Bombardier plant in Thunder Bay every four days, starting in March; and
  • The TTC expects Bombardier to deliver 55 new streetcars by the end of 2016.



In the news: Sunday, January 31, 2016



Greater Toronto and Golden Horseshoe area media report on public transit issues today.

Greater Toronto Area
  • 680 All News Radio report, “GO Train robbery suspect could face heavier penalty for pulling the brake”, here.
  • BlogTO post, “Toronto might build a new subway below Queen Street”, here.
  • Bow. James Bow post, “Toronto traveller”, here.
  • CBC News Toronto report, “Raise the roof or lower the rails? Union Station’s GO platform needs a re-think”, here.
  • CBC News Toronto report, “TTC fires 3 more employees for allegedly claiming fraudulent benefits”, here.
  • CityNews Toronto report, “Low roof at Union Station ‘not a problem’ for electric trains, Metrolinx says”, here.
  • CityNews Toronto report, “Trending: TTC employee takes up a subway seat with her bag”, here.
  • CP24 report, “Metrolinx may have to raise roof at Union Station shed to fit new trains”, here.
  • CTV News Toronto report, “Tight fit: Alterations needed to accommodate new electric trains at Union Station”, here.
  • CTV News Toronto report, “3 TTC employees fired in ongoing benefits fraud investigation”, here.
  • Global News Toronto report, “Union Station renovation poses problems for electric trains”, here.
  • Global News Toronto report, “Three more TTC employees fired over alleged insurance benefits scam”, here.
  • Globe and Mail article, “City proposes Queen Street route for Toronto’s downtown relief line”, here.
  • InsideHalton.com article, “Burlington’s mandate to ‘city build’, not sprawl, says mayor”, here.
  • InsideHalton.com article, “Railroad came to Burlington’s Wellington Square in 1854”, here.
  • InsideToronto.com article, “TOinTRANSIT: UberPool may save time, but not money”, here.
  • Newstalk 1010 report, “Details emerge of a downtown relief line”, here.
  • Newstalk 1010 report, “GO Transit fares to increase Feb. 1”, here.
  • Post City Toronto article, “How the Eglinton Crosstown is changing midtown in 18 photos”, here.
  • South Bayview Bulldog post, “3 more TTC employees get the boot in orthotics racket”, here.
  • Steve Munro’s post, “Relief Line, SmartTrack, GO/RER, Scarborough subway consultations”, here.
  • Steve Munro’s post, “Ten”, here.
  • Talk Radio AM640 report, “Possible plan to renovate historic train shed for GO cars at Union Station”, here.
  • Talk Radio AM640 report, “Possible New Subway Proposed by City Planning Department”, here.
  • Torontoist post, “Queen Street Route Proposed for Downtown Relief Line”, here.
  • Toronto Star column, “Transit half-step no cause for celebration”, here.
  • Toronto Star commentary, “Remaking Toronto for a post-Paris world”, here.
  • Toronto Sun column, “The Way We Were: LRTs back on the scene”, here.
  • Toronto Sun article, “TTC fires three more employees in alleged benefits scam”, here.
  • TTCriders.ca post, “The Crosstown East is shovel ready and so are we”, here.
  • Urban Toronto post, “New Details Emerge For Jack Layton Ferry Terminal Revamp”, here.
  • YorkRegion.com article, “Dial-a-Ride program getting more ‘attractive’ for rural areas”, here.
  • YorkRegion.com article, “Road ahead: Senior citizens may get YRT, Viva fare break next year”, here.
  • YorkRegion.com article, “Transit switch: King Township’s Route 61 to switch to dial-a-ride”, here.
  • YorkRegion.com article, “Newmarket condo residents seek ramp to access Davis Drive”, here.
Elsewhere in the Greater Golden Horseshoe



TTC introducing new express bus routes,
starting March 27



At its meeting of Thursday, January 21, the Toronto Transit Commission — the TTC’s board of directors — approved a staff recommendation that it introduce four new express routes — one Sunday, March 27 and three more Monday, March 28. They also agreed to revise service along another route by adding more branches, starting March 28.

The new services are part of the City of Toronto’s 2015 investment of $95 million to enhance transit services in the city. City Council and the TTC board approved funding to buy 12 new buses to operate along these routes as part of the 2015 budget process and the extra buses are now available.

The five routes:

  • 24E Victoria Park express - Starting Monday, March 28, buses operate along a new express / local branch of the 24 Victoria Park route between Steeles Avenue East and Victoria Park Station Mondays during rush hours. However, the TTC is scheduling the buses to operate longer than usually for rush-hour-only service — Mondays to Fridays from about 6 until 10 a.m. and from about 3 until 8 p.m.
  • 185 Don Mills rocket - Starting Sunday, March 27, limited-stop buses operate between Steeles Avenue East and Pape Station Mondays to Fridays before about 10 p.m. and Saturdays, Sundays and holidays before about 7 p.m. (These buses offer passengers an alternative to local buses operating along the 25 Don Mills route.)
  • 186 Wilson rocket - Starting Monday, March 28, limited-stop buses operate between Kipling Station and Humber College’s North Campus Mondays to Fridays before about 7 p.m., when most passengers are traveling to and from the college. (These buses offer passengers an alternative to local buses operating along the 96 Wilson route.) These buses replace service along the 96E Wilson express route. Friday, March 25 is the last day that the TTC operates buses along the 96E Wilson express branch of the route.
  • 188 Kipling South rocket - Starting Monday, March 28, limited-stop buses operate between Kipling Station and Humber College’s Lakeshore Campus Mondays to Fridays before about 7 p.m., when most passengers are traveling to and from the college. (These buses offer passengers an alternative to local buses operating along the 44 Kipling South route.)
  • 199 Finch rocket - Starting Monday, March 28, the TTC offers passengers service along three branches of the route -
  • 199A Finch rocket - Starting Sunday, March 27, the TTC designates the current route between Scarborough Centre and Finch Stations as the 199A branch. Buses operate all day Mondays to Fridays and before 10 p.m. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.
  • 199B Finch rocket - Starting Monday, March 28, the TTC operates buses along this new branch of the route between Scarborough Centre Station and York University’s Keele campus Mondays to Fridays before about 10 p.m.
  • 199C Finch rocket - Starting Monday, March 28, the TTC operates buses along this new branch of the route between Morningside Heights and Finch Station Mondays to Fridays during rush hours.

The TTC has not yet announced the “stopping pattern” for the buses, meaning where they stop for passengers. However, buses on express routes operate as a branch of a regular route and use the same schedule as all other branches of the main route. Usually, they drop off or pick up passengers at all stops along one part of the route and then serve passengers only at major stops beyond that point. Buses on rocket routes operate with separate schedules from regular routes and usually only drop off or pick up passengers at major stops, such as at transfer points.

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The gross operating cost of the five new and better express routes in 2016 is $4.2 million (or $5.7 million annually). Staff expect the express routes to attract about 400,000 new passengers in 2016 — 1.1 million new passengers annually when ridership fully matures in future years. The net operating cost of implementing these express services in 2016 is $3.4 million, which the TTC has included in its base 2016 operating budget. The TTC board approved the budget at its meeting of Monday, November 23, 2015 and City Council will, in turn, consider that budget at its meeting of Wednesday and Thursday, February 17 and 18.

TTC and City of Toronto staff are also studying ways to enhance and expand TTC express bus services. The TTC says that “an enhanced express bus route network, which is fully and seamlessly integrated with the rapid transit network, will provide Toronto travelers with a greater choice of rapid, reliable, and visible express bus services.” They’re reviewing the performance of TTC express services — including express branches on regular routes, limited-stop express services and downtown premium-fare express services. They’re also redesigning the express bus network to develop a short-term express-service network (2016-2019) and a long-term network (2020-2025). They’ll present their recommendations to the transit commission in June.

You can read the TTC staff report to the commission recommending these services here. (.pdf)




Queen / Pape sewer maintenance:
TTC overnight detour, early February 2



The City of Toronto is sewer-maintenance crews are working overnight on

  • Queen Street East just west of Pape Avenue

from 1:30 until 4:30 a.m. Tuesday, February 2, blocking the streetcar tracks.

The TTC is detouring streetcars operating along this route, to accommodate the work:

  • 301 Queen overnight.

Shuttle buses replace the cars, operating between Neville Park Loop and Sherbourne Street.

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In the news: Friday, January 29, 2016



Greater Toronto and Golden Horseshoe area media report on public transit issues today.

Greater Toronto Area
  • Caledon Enterprise article, “Council gets tax rate down to 2.08%”, here.
  • Canadian Press article (from the Toronto Sun website), “Man arrested after woman threatened on GO train”, here.
  • CP24 report, “Executive committee debating revised plan for Scarborough subway”, here.
  • CTV News Toronto report, “Suspect sought after teen sexually assaulted at Davisville subway station”, here.
  • CTV News Toronto report, “Suspects sought in sexual assaults at Wellesley, Davisville subway stations”, here.
  • CTV News Toronto report, “Attempted robbery suspect pulled GO train brake before fleeing: police”, here.
  • CTV News Toronto report, “Police arrest suspect in attempted GO train robbery”, here.
  • Global News Toronto report, “Police searching for male suspect after woman allegedly sexually assaulted on subway”, here.
  • Globe and Mail article, “Union Station shed renovation stalled by low arches and an electrified future”, here.
  • InsideHalton.com article, “City of Burlington asked to consider free Monday bus travel for seniors”, here.
  • InsideHalton.com article, “Burlington proposal for free seniors transit on Mondays loses in close vote”, here.
  • InsideHalton.com article, “No injuries after Oakville bus catches fire”, here.
  • InsideHalton.com article, “Milton’s rural residents united against uniform tax rate”, here.
  • InsideToronto.com article, “TTC prepares to improve new express bus service to post-secondary institutions”, here.
  • InsideToronto.com article, “Options for Davenport starts its own environmental assessment for rail crossing replacement”, here.
  • InsideToronto.com article, “Second Harvest hosts Hero Day in Toronto’s Path system and TTC stations”, here.
  • InsideToronto.com article, “Two new TTC express routes service Etobicoke”, here.
  • Ride This Crazy Train post, “And just think, come February 1, we’ll all pay more for this level of luxury”, here.
  • Torontoist post, “Two Cheers for the One-Stop Subway Extension”, here.
  • Toronto Star column, “Let’s ask some pointed questions about the transit rehab”, here.
  • Toronto Star column, “TTC problems run deeper than chronic underfunding”, here.
  • Toronto Star article, “Scarborough transit plan takes a step forward”, here.
  • Toronto Star column, “John Tory disappointing left and right - just like voters wanted”, here.
  • Toronto Sun column, “A look at some wacky Liberal stretch goals”, here.
  • Yonge Street post, “Relief Line Alliance says facts, not rhetoric, should steer transit debate”, here.
  • YorkRegion.com article, “What’s on tap for relief traffic in Vaughan?”, here.
  • YorkRegion.com article, “Greenbelt popular, but resulting intensification may not be”, here.
Elsewhere in the Greater Golden Horseshoe



GO raises fares, February 1



At its meeting, Thursday, December 3, 2015, the Metrolinx board of directors approved GO Transit’s proposal to raise its fares, starting Monday, February 1. By increasing fares, GO says, it can “continue to provide a high level of customer service while improving and expanding service to meet increasing ridership demand.”

The board also agreed to slightly reduce the fares from the current amount for passengers using PRESTO fare cards.

GO is freezing fares for short-distance trips. This means adult single fares will not increase between $5.30 (the minimum GO fare) and $5.69 for a passenger paying with a paper ticket. Short-distance fares for children, students and seniors also remain the same as currently.

Since GO fares vary, depending on how far each passengers travels, the cost for a single adult ride, when using a paper ticket would increase incrementally:

  • no increase on the minimum fare of $5.30;
  • a 40-cent increase on fares between $5.70 and $6.50, increasing the range to between $6.11 and $6.90;
  • a 50-cent increase on fares between $6.51 and $8.25, increasing the range to between $6.91 and $8.75; and
  • a 60-cent increase on fares greater than $8.25.

From Union Station, for example, the minimum fare only applies to a trip along the 01 Lakeshore West line to Exhibition GO Station.

Fares between $6.11 and $6.90 apply, for example, to train trips from Union Station:

  • along the 01 Lakeshore West line to Mimico, Long Branch and Port Credit GO Stations;
  • along the 09 Lakeshore East line as far east as Rouge Hill GO Station;
  • along the 21 Milton line line as far west as Cooksville GO Station;
  • along the 31 Kitchener line as far northwest as Etobicoke North GO Station;
  • along the entire 61 Richmond Hill line to Richmond Hill GO Station;
  • along the 65 Barrie line as far north as Maple GO Station; and
  • along the 71 Stouffville line as far northeast as Agincourt GO Station.

Fares fares between $6.91 and $8.75 apply, for example, to train trips from Union Station:

  • along the 01 Lakeshore West line to Clarkson and Oakville GO Stations;
  • along the 09 Lakeshore East line to Pickering and Ajax GO Stations;
  • along the 21 Milton line to Erindale, Streetsville and Meadowvale GO Stations;
  • along the 31 Kitchener line to Malton, Bramalea and Brampton GO Stations;
  • along the 65 Barrie line to King City and Aurora GO Stations; and
  • along the 71 Stouffville line to Milliken, Unionville, Centennial, Markham and Mount Joy GO Stations.

Fares greater than $8.75 apply, for example, to train trips from Union Station:

  • along the 01 Lakeshore West line to Bronte GO Station and beyond;
  • along the 09 Lakeshore East line to Whitby and Oshawa GO Stations;
  • along the 21 Milton line to Lisgar and Milton GO Stations;
  • along the 31 Kitchener line to Mount Pleasant GO Station and beyond;
  • along the 65 Barrie line to Newmarket GO Station and beyond; and
  • along the 71 Stouffville line to Stouffville and Lincolnville GO Stations.
Bigger discount for PRESTO users

PRESTO fare-card users continue to pay less than paper-ticket users. GO is increasing the starting discount for using PRESTO. This means that PRESTO users actually pay less in February for short-distance trips than they do now because GO is not increasing those fares.

For adults, the discount increases to 11.15 percent off the single adult paper ticket fare for rides 1 to 35 — a bigger discount from the current 10 percent off. For rides 36 - 40 and for rides 41+, the discounts remain the same.

GO will update its fare calculator shortly so you can determine how much you’ll be paying to ride after February 1.

GO is also using a similar scale to increase fares for children, students and seniors.




Main Street track repairs, January 30 to February 1



TTC crews are making “essential concrete and rail repairs” in the streetcar track allowance in front of Main Street Station this Saturday, January 30 and Sunday, January 31. Other crews are repairing concrete near the tracks on Coxwell Avenue this weekend.

By repairing the tracks at both locations the TTC will return the track area to a state of good repair.

In front of Main Street Station, crews are:

  • digging to expose the worn rail;
  • installing the new rail;
  • welding and grinding the new rail; and
  • placing concrete.

The work requires the TTC to adjust service along these routes:

  • 306 Carlton overnight; and
  • 506 Carlton.

Shuttle buses replace the cars between Main Street Station and Queen / Coxwell Loop.

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The new concrete cures until 5 a.m. Monday, February 1, when traffic can again travel over the track area.

The curb lanes will be available to motorists while work proceeds. The City of Toronto will temporarily restrict parking in the area to create a safe work zone and maintain through traffic in both directions.

Crews typically work from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m.




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