Transit Toronto is sponsored by TransSee.ca bus tracker and next vehicle arrivals. TransSee features include vehicle tracking by route or fleet number, schedule adherence, off route vehicles and more advanced features. Works on all mobile devices and on any browser.
Supports Toronto area agencies TTC, GO trains, MiWay, YRT, HSR and GRT, as well as NY MTA, LA metro, SF MUNI, Boston MBTA, and (new) Barrie.

TTC, Metrolinx taking part in "People in Motion",
June 15, 16



people in Motion logo.jpgThe TTC has an information booth at People In Motion 2018, “Canada’s largest disability exhibition”, tomorrow, Friday, June 15 and Saturday, June 16.

You can drop by the TTC booth at People in Motion to:

  • Practice boarding, securing your chair or mobility device aboard, and exiting from, an accessible TTC bus. A bus operator will be on hand to help you and to and answer your questions.
  • Get information about how the TTC is improving accessibility on its conventional bus, streetcar and subway network.
  • Register for travel training to learn how to use TTC conventional fixed-route services such as bus, subway and streetcar.
  • Learn how the TTC is improving its community bus service.
  • Find out more about the Wheel-Trans 10-Year Strategy.
  • Meet members of the TTC’s 2018 Advisory Committee on Accessible Transit (ACAT) and share your suggestions on how to make accessible transit better in the City of Toronto.

Metrolinx is also participating in the show with an information display.


The event takes place at Variety Village, 3701 Danforth Avenue, both days from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.


Book your trip with Wheel-Trans by visiting mywheel-trans.ttc.ca. This is an external site so it will open a new window so you can book your ride on-line. Or, call the RideLine at 416-397-8000.

For accessible transit service, board buses operating along the 12A Kingston Rd via Brimley and Variety Village route at Kennedy or Victoria Park Stations and ride directly to Variety Village.