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The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) is a public transport authority that operates buses, streetcars, subways, and rapid transit lines in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The TTC operates 149 surface transit routes, of which 148 routes make 243 connections with a subway or rapid transit station during weekday rush hours. In 2007, the TTC carried 1.5 million passengers per day, and there were 459,769,000 passenger trips in total. The TTC employed 11,235 personnel in 2007.[1][2]

The TTC operates the third most heavily-used urban mass transit system in North America (after the New York City Transit Authority and the Mexico City Metro).[3] There are three subway lines and one elevated rapid transit line with a total of 69 stations, as well as 149 connecting "surface" routes (buses and streetcars). The average daily ridership exceeds 2.46 million passengers: 1,197,000 through bus, 328,700 by streetcar, 35,300 by intermediate rail, and 901,400 by subway.[4] The TTC also provides door-to-door services for persons with physical disabilities known as Wheel-Trans. An approximate 4,500 trips are made through this service daily.

Colloquially, the subway cars were known as "red rockets", a nickname originally given to Gloucester subway cars which were painted bright red and which have since been retired. Its legacy lives on as the TTC uses the phrase to advertise the service, such as "Ride the Rocket" in advertising material, and "Rocket" in the names of some express buses. Another common slogan is "The Better Way".

Fleet RosterEdit

As of January 2009, over 85% of the current fleet are already accessible according to a report on the TTC website. Buses formerly and currently used by the TTC (only GMs, New Flyers, NovaBuses, and Orions currently in service):

Current BusesEdit

Fleet Number Range Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Number Engine Transmission Destination Sign Seating Notes
1000-1149 2006 OBI Orion 07.501 HEV Cummins ISB 270 hp Luminator Horizon 38: American Seating Model 6468
  • Uses BAE Systems' HybriDrive system with 250 hp electric motor
  • Uses lead-acid batteries (1062 fitted with lithium-ion batteries)
  • 1133 has USSC Aries seats
1200-1423 2007-2008 OBI / Daimler Buses NA Orion 07.501 NG HEV Cummins ISB 270 hp Luminator Horizon 36: American Seating 6468
  • Uses BAE Systems' HybriDrive system with 250 hp electric motor
  • Uses lead-acid batteries
  • First to be delivered with bike racks
  • First to use 6.7 L Cummins ISB engine
  • Seats have padded bottom inserts
1500-1689 128px 2008 OBI / Daimler Buses NA Orion 07.501 NG HEV Cummins ISB 270 hp Luminator Horizon 36: American Seating 6468
  • Uses BAE Systems' HybriDrive system with 250 hp electric motor
  • Uses lead acid batteries (1685-1689 to be delivered with Lithium-ion batteries)
  • Uses 6.7 L Cummins ISB engine
  • Seats have padded bottom inserts
  • On delivery
1700-1829 2009 OBI / Daimler Buses NA Orion 07.501 NG HEV Cummins ISB 270 hp Luminator Horizon 36: American Seating 6468
  • Uses Lithium-ion batteries
  • Uses 6.7 L Cummins ISB engine
  • Seats have padded bottom inserts
  • Delivery to commence June 2009
2000-2110

1979-1981 (1997-2000)

GMDD T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 6V71N
181 hp @ 2000rpm
Allison V730
3 speed
Luminator Matrix:MAX Otaco Model 6463 (1979)
Otaco Inovator 850 (1980)
Otaco Model 550T (1981)
  • 2017 is the only active bus (1981)
2240-2485

1982-1983 (2000-2002)

GMDD T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 6V71N
181 hp @ 2000rpm
Allison V730
3 speed
Luminator Matrix:MAX 39: Otaco Model 550T (1982)
39: Otaco Model 6468 (1983)
  • 40 seats before rebuild
  • 71 have been retired
2700-2765, 2767-2858

1981-1982 (1999-2001)

GMDD T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 6V71N
181 hp @ 2000rpm
Allison V730
3 speed
Luminator Matrix:MAX 39: Otaco Model 550T
  • 40 seats before rebuild
  • 2700-2765, 2767-2832 have UWE
  • 2766 reserved for Peter Witt car, 2766
  • 134 buses have been retired
6210-6266

1987

GMDD TC40-102N Detroit Diesel 6V71N
181 hp @ 2000rpm
Allison V731 ATEC
3 speed
Luminator Matrix:MAX 39: Otaco Model 6468
  • 3 units left
6267-6293

1987

MCI TC40-102N Detroit Diesel 6V71N
181 hp @ 2000rpm
Allison V731 ATEC
3 speed
Luminator Matrix:MAX 39: Otaco Model 6468
  • 2 units left
6420-6434

1988

NFI D40-88 Detroit Diesel 6V71N
181 hp @ 2000rpm
Allison V731 ATEC
3 speed
Luminator Matrix:MAX 39: Otaco Model 6468
  • Tested with Luminator SuperMax initially
  • All retired but 6422
6440-6521

1989

NFI D40-89 Detroit Diesel 6V71N
181 hp @ 2000rpm
Allison V731 ATEC
3 speed
Luminator Matrix:MAX 39: Otaco Model 6468
  • 4 units left
6640-6745

1991-1992

OBI Orion 05.501 Detroit Diesel 6V92TA 253 hp @ 2100rpm Allison World B400R
5 speed
Luminator Matrix:MAX 39: American Seating Model 6468
  • Originally had ZF 5HP500 5 speed
  • 89 units left
7000-7134

1996

OBI Orion 05.501 Detroit Diesel Series 50 275 hp @ 2100rpm Allison World B400R
5 speed
Luminator Mega:MAX 36: American Seating Model 6468
  • 7000 had Luminator MegaMax 2000
7200-7251

1998

NovaBus T80206
RTS-06 WFD
Detroit Diesel Series 50 275 hp @ 2100rpm Allison VR-731
3 speed
Luminator Megamax 2000 39: American Seating Model 6468
  • All rebuilt
7300-7350

1998-1999

NFI D40LF Detroit Diesel Series 50 275 hp @ 2100rpm Allison World B400R
5 speed
Luminator MegaMax 3000 35: American Seating Model 6468
  • Currently undergoing rebuild
  • 7350 was retrofitted with a Luminator Horizon destination sign in 2001
7400-7499, 7500-7619, 7620-7881

2002-2004, 2004, 2005

OBI Orion 07.501 Detroit Diesel Series 50 EGR 275 hp Allison World B400R
5 speed
Luminator Horizon 38: American Seating Model 6468
  • 7400-7619 have black skirts
7900-7979

2006

OBI Orion 07.501 Cummins ISL 280 hp Allison World B400R
5 speed
Luminator Horizon 38: American Seating Model 6468
  • 7900-7927, 7929-7939, 7955-7979 have bike racks installed
8000-8099

2007

OBI / DaimlerChrysler CBNA Orion 07.501 Cummins ISL 280 hp Allison World B400R
5 speed
Luminator Horizon 38: American Seating Model 6468
9400-9449

1996-1997

OBI Orion 05.501 Cummins M11 280 hp Allison World B400R
5 speed
Luminator Mega:MAX 37: American Seating Model 6468
  • Ex-CNG
9700-9705

1991

OBI Orion 02.502 17: American Seating Model 6466
9706 Unknown OBI Orion 02.502 Unknown
  • Purchased used in 2007.
9751-9889 128px

1999-2003

Ford E-450 5: Freedman Seating Company
TTC1 Prevost LeMirage None
  • TTC Command vehicle. Equipped with work stations and living area (with couches and television).

Retired BusesEdit

Fleet Number Range Thumbnail Year Retired Manufacturer Model Number Engine Transmission Destination Sign seating Notes
1001 File:Ttc1001.png 1998 2000 Nova Bus LFS 40102 Detroit Diesel Series 40, 280hp Allison B400R
5 speed
Luminator MegaMax 37: American Seating Model 6468
  • LFS Demo, purchased by the TTC: Sold to Barrie Transit
1540-1559 1956 GMC TDH-5105
1560-1599 1954 GMC TDH-4512
1900-1949 1955 CC&F CD-44A
1950-1954 1956 CC&F CD-44A
1956-1984 1956 GMC TDH-4512
2100-2129 1957 GMC TDH-5105
2130-2159 1958 GMC TDH-5105
2150-2155 128px 1975-1977 2004-2007 GMDD T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 6V71N, 181hp @ 2000rpm Allison V730
3 speed
Luminator MatrixMax 39: Otaco benches
  • Rebuilt in 1999
2600-2619 128px 1978-1982 2004-2007 GMDD T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 6V71N, 181hp @ 2000rpm Allison V730
3 speed
Luminator MatrixMax 41: Otaco benches
  • Ex. STCUM
  • Rebuilt in 1999
2950-2984 1960 GMC TDH-5301
2985-2999 1960 GMC TDH-4517
  • Only 35-foot New Looks in the TTC fleet.
2950-2984 1960 GMC TDH-5301
3780-3799, 3900-3979 1966 GMDD TDH-5303
3980-3999 1966-67 GMDD TDH-5304
6000-6122 128px 1985 1998, 2003-2007 FIL D901 Detroit Diesel 6V71N, 181hp @ 2000rpm Allison V730D
3 speed
Luminator MatrixMax 39: Otaco Model 6468
6130-6204 128px 1986 2004-2007 FIL D901 Detroit Diesel 6V71N, 181hp @ 2000rpm Allison V731 ATEC
3 speed
Luminator MatrixMax 39: Otaco Model 6468
6300-6359 1987 NFI D40-87 Detroit Diesel 6V71N, 181hp Allison V731 ATEC
3 speed
Luminator MatrixMax
  • 6319 featured on 1989 D40-87 brochure.
6360-6419 1987-1988 2000, 2003 OBI Orion 03.501 Detroit Diesel 6L71TA, 270hp ZF 5HP590
speed
Luminator MatrixMax 61: Otaco Model 6468
6530-6559 128px 1988-1989 2000, 2003 OBI Orion 03.501 Detroit Diesel 6L71TA, 270hp ZF 5HP590
5 speed
Luminator MatrixMax 61: Otaco Model 6468
6560-6638 128px 1990 2001-2004 NFI D40-90 Cummins LTA10B, 240hp Allison V730
3 speed
Luminator MatrixMax American Seating Model 6468
7100-7179 1967 GMDD TDH-5303
7180-7199 1967 GMDD TDH-5304
7300-7324 1968 GMDD T6H-5305
7325-7395 1969-70 GMDD T6H-5305
7500-7509 1969 Western Flyer D700A
7510-7522 1972 Flyer D700A
  • Retired in mid-1980s.
7523-7552 1972 GMDD T6H-5305
7570-7599, 7700-7774 1973 GMDD T6H-5307N
7775-7799, 7900-7962 1974-75 GMDD T6H-5307N
7560-7569, 7965-8004 1974-75 Flyer D800
8210-8223 1977 FIL D800B Detroit Diesel 6V71N, 181hp @ 2000rpm Allison V730
3 speed
Luminator MatrixMax Otaco benches
8230-8260 1978 FIL D800B Detroit Diesel 6V71N, 181hp @ 2000rpm Allison V730
3 speed
Luminator MatrixMax 40: Otaco benches
  • First to have perimeter seating in the rear.
  • 8257 was the last bus of this series in service.
8315 1979 OBI Orion 01.501 Detroit Diesel 6V53T 185hp Allison MT-643
4 speed
Mylar Rollsign 31: Otaco benches
8370-8378 1981 OBI Orion 01.501 Detroit Diesel 6V53T, 185hp Allison MT-643
4 speed
Mylar Rollsign 31: Otaco benches
8380-8477 1981 FIL D901 Detroit Diesel 6V71N, 181hp @ 2000rpm Allison V730
3 speed
Luminator MatrixMax 39: Otaco Model 550T
8478-8486 1981 FIL D901 Detroit Diesel 6V71N, 181hp @ 2000rpm Allison V730
3 speed
Luminator MatrixMax Otaco Model 6484
  • A/C
  • Tinted windows
  • Used for Sightseeing
8500-8511 1982 GMDD TA60-102N Detroit Diesel 8V71N, 255hp Allison V735
3 speed
Mylar Rollsign 55: Otaco Inovator 850
8730-8739 128px 1982 OBI Orion 01.501 Detroit Diesel 6V53T, 185hp Allison MT-643
4 speed
Mylar Rollsign 31: Otaco benches
9200-9249 128px 1997-1998 2006 OBI Orion 06.501 Cummins L10G, 280hp Allison World B400R
5 speed
Luminator MegaMax 28: American Seating Model 6468
  • Retrofitted with bike racks
9370-9394 File:Ttc9380.png 1990-1991 2005 OBI Orion 05.501 Cummins L10G, 240hp Allison World B400R
5 speed
Luminator MatrixMax 39: American Seating Model 6468
  • Delivered with ZF 5HP590 5 speed
  • 9370 delivered with Mylar Rollsign
  • Were delivered as part of 50-unit Province of Ontario order for CNG-fueled buses.
9500-9529 Dec 1985-Apr 1986 OBI Orion 02.502 Cummins 4 BT 3.9, 105hp Allison AT545
4 speed
Not applicable 13 + 5 wheelchair positions
9530-9564 1987 OBI Orion 02.502 Cummins 4 BT 3.9, 105hp Allison AT545
4 speed
Not applicable 13 + 5 wheelchair positions
9570-9627 Dec 1987-Dec 1989 OBI Orion 02.502 Detroit Diesel 8.2L, 150hp Allison AT545
4 speed
Not applicable 13 + 5 wheelchair positions

Demonstrated VehiclesEdit

Fleet Number Range Thumbnail Year Demo Period Manufacturer Model Number Engine Transmission Destination Sign seating Notes
4900 1983 1983- Feb 1987 UTDC ALRV Unknown N/A Unknown 62: Otaco Inovator 850
  • Prototype ALRV, built from two CLRV bodies.
  • Painted orange instead of red
  • Scrapped after accident with 4211 at UTDC plant
9360-9361 1989 OBI Orion 01.508 Cummins L10G, 240hp ZF 4HP500
4 speed
Luminator Max American Seating Model 6468
1000 1995 NovaBus RTS Cummins M11E, 280hp Allison VR731
3 speed
Luminator MegaMax American Seating Model 6468
  • RTS demo
  • VIN: 4PKXD01A98R831007
2000 1995 OBI Orion 06.501 Cummins L10G, 280hp Allison World B400R
5 speed
Luminator MegaMax 28: American Seating Model 6468
1043 2001 OBI Orion 07.501 HEV Cummins ISB Luminator MegaMax American Seating Model 6468

Retired Electric Trolley Bus RosterEdit

Fleet Number Range Thumbnail Year Demo Period Manufacturer Model Number Engine Transmission Destination Sign seating Notes
9000-9074 1947 1969-1971 CC&F T-44 Canadian General Electric CGE-1213, 123hp continuous N/A Rollsign 44
  • 9020 sent to Western Flyer in 1967 to be rebuilt into prototype E700.
  • Bodies scrapped, some components reused in E700A rebuild program.
9075-9084 1948 1969-1971 CC&F T-44 Canadian General Electric CGE-1213, 123hp continuous N/A Rollsign 44
  • Bodies scrapped, some components reused in E700A rebuild program.
9085-9124 1953 1969-1971 CC&F T-48A Canadian General Electric CGE-1213, 123hp continuous N/A Rollsign 48
  • Bodies scrapped, some components reused in E700A rebuild program.
9125-9139 Built 1948, acquired 1953 1969-1971 M-H TC48 Unknown N/A Rollsign 48
9140-9144 Built 1951, acquired 1959 1969-1971 CC&F T-48A Canadian General Electric CGE-1213, 123hp continuous N/A Rollsign 48
  • Purchased from Ottawa Transportation Commission.
  • 9144 sent to Robin-Nodwell in England to be rebuilt into prototype trolley bus. Work not completed - the bus was scrapped in England and the parts returned to Toronto.
  • Bodies scrapped, some components reused in E700A rebuild program.
9145-9152 Built 1947/48, acquired 1963 1969-1971 M-H TC44 Unknown N/A Rollsign 38
9200 1968 Western Flyer E700 Canadian General Electric CGE-1213, 123hp continuous N/A Rollsign 40 Otaco benches
  • Rebuilt by Western Flyer as 9020 using components of CC&F T-44 coach 9020 and a new body built by Western Flyer.
  • Vehicle was later rebuilt to E700A specs.
9201-9230 1970 Western Flyer E700A Canadian General Electric CGE-1213, 123hp continuous N/A Rollsign 40 Otaco benches
9231-9328 1971 FIL E700A Canadian General Electric CGE-1213, 123hp continuous N/A Rollsign 40 Otaco benches
9329-9351 1972 FIL E700A Canadian General Electric CGE-1213, 123hp continuous N/A Rollsign 40 Otaco benches

Current Rail VehiclesEdit

Fleet Number Range Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Number Motor Current Division(s) Notes
2766 128px 1923 CC&F Peter Witt Hillcrest
  • Used for historic purposes
3000-3023 128px 1982-1984 UTDC ICTS McCowan
3024-3027 1986 UTDC ICTS McCowan
4000-4005 128px 1977-1978 UTDC/SIG L-1 CLRV Roncevalles, Russell
  • Were the first CLRV prototypes. Cut back to 6 from 10 so an ALRV prototype (4900) could be made.
4010-4199 128px 1978-1981 UTDC/Hawker Siddeley Canada L-2 CLRV Roncevalles, Russell
  • 4041 rebuilt with air-conditioning.
4200-4251 128px 1987-1989 Can-Car Rail L-3 ALRV Roncevalles, Russell
4500, 4549 128px 1950 Canadian Car and Foundry PCC Russell
  • Used for charter and sightseeing services
5000-5371 128px 1995-2001 Bombardier T1 ADTranz 1507A Greenwood, Davisville, Wilson
  • Early T1's in service on the Bloor-Danforth line, later ones on Yonge-University-Spadina & Sheppard lines.
5576-5663 128px 1974-1975 Hawker Siddeley Canada H4 Brush Tracion TMC38-42 Greenwood, Wilson (Dead Storage)
  • In service on the Bloor-Danforth line, mostly during rush hour.
  • Only 50 cars remain in service (most of them rebuild 2001-2004).
5670-5807 128px 1976-1979 Hawker Siddeley Canada H5 Garrett 2000622-1 Davisville, Wilson
  • In service on the Yonge-University-Spadina line
  • 5721 retired due to a crash at Russell Hill in August 1995
  • 5755 retired due to an accident at Greenwood Yard in December 1983. Mate 5754 was modified to be able to run as an A or B car.
  • Due to these two accidents, 5720 and 5754 are now paired. 5754 was renumbered to 5755, and 5720 to 5754.
5810-5935 128px 1986-1989 Can-Car Rail H6 Brush Tracion TMC 2072A Greenwood
  • In service on the Bloor-Danforth line
  • Gradually undergoing refurbishment

Retired Rail VehiclesEdit

Fleet Number Range Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Number Division(s) Notes
5000-5099 1951-1953 GRC&W G1 Davisville, Wilson
  • 57 feet long.
  • First cars built for Toronto's Subway.
5100-5105 1954 GRC&W G2 Davisville, Wilson
  • 57ft long.
  • First known usage of aluminum as a structural material for a subway car.
5200-5227 1956 GRC&W G3 Davisville, Wilson
  • 57ft long.
  • Non-driving motor cars - cars were equipped with cabs and motors, but no driving controls.
  • Cars were equipped with aluminum roofs to help reduce weight.
  • Were permanently coupled with correspondingly numbered G1 cars - 5000-5201-5202-5001.
5110-5115 1958-1959 GRC&W G4 Davisville, Wilson
  • 57ft long.
  • Train was built as part of G3 order. 6 cars were designed as a fixed set with regenerative braking, higher-rated motors and other unique equipment, with 5110/15 having operating cabs and 5111-5114 built as non-driving motor cars. Cars converted to "normal" configuration and split up in 1966/67.
5300-5336 1961-1962 MLW M1 Greenwood
  • First Canadian-built Rapid Transit cars.
  • First 75ft long subway cars built in the world.
  • Advertised as lightest subway cars when built.
  • Part of 200 car order for combined Bloor-Danforth-University line.
5337-5499 1964-1965 Hawker Siddeley Canada H1 Greenwood, Davisville, Wilson
  • Rest of 200 car order for combined Bloor-Danforth-University line.
5500-5575 1970 Hawker Siddeley Canada H2 Greenwood, Davisville, Wilson
  • 5500-5505 equipped with Hitachi control and chopper equipment in 1973 and reclassed H3, converted back to H2 in 1984.

Current Rail WorkcarsEdit

Fleet Number Range Thumbnail Year Description Propulsion Type Notes
RT 1 128px 1909 Anchor bolt drilling Electric
  • Rebuilt 5 times
RT 2, 21, 47, 54, 57, 58, 59, 70 128px 1997 Flat car n/a (trailer)
RT 3 128px 1922 Overhead maintenance car Electric
RT 4 128px 1997 Track re-insulation car Electric
RT 5 128px 1997 Tunnel leak repair car Electric
  • The "tunnel grout car" [1]
RT 6 128px 1922 Vacuum cleaning car Electric
RT 7 128px 1922 Locomotive Electric
  • Used with RT 8
RT 8 128px 1997 Train of 13 rail delivery articulated bogies n/a
  • Used with RT 7
RT 9/10, 38/39, 60-69 128px 1997, 2000 General utility Electric
  • RT 9, 10 are former H1s: 5375, 5374
  • RT 9 was burned on Dec. 8, 2000 [2]
  • RT 60, 61 are former H4s: 5594, 5595
  • RT 62, 63 are former H4s: 5616, 5617
  • RT 68, 69 are for Fibre Optics testing & general work service car
  • RT 68, 69 are former H1s: 5402, 5403
RT 11 128px 2000 Flatcar/crane n/a
RT 12 128px 1968 Locomotive Electric/battery
RT 13 1968 Centre cab crane
  • Built by Nippon Sharyo
RT 16, 17 128px 1996 Tunnel Washer Diesel
RT 18 128px 1996 Locomotive Diesel
RT 19, 20 128px 1980 Flatcar/crane Diesel
  • Acquired from Niigata [3]
RT 21, 22 128px 1980, 1973 Flatcar n/a
RT 23 1980 Asbestos abatement car n/a
  • Non-motored
  • Former H1, 5391
RT 26 1980 Gauge car
RT 27 128px 1986 Beam transporter and crane
RT 28, 55 128px 2000 Flatcar with crane Electric
RT 29 128px 2001 Flatcar Electric
RT 35/33/30/36, 34/31/32/37 128px 1988 Rail grinder consist Electric
RT 40 128px 1989 Ballast car n/a
RT 41 128px 1993 Tie tamper Diesel
  • Built by Plasser American [4]
RT 42 128px 1999 Flatcar n/a
RT 43/44, 45/46 128px 2000 Asbestos abatement crew car Electric
  • RT 43 & 44 are former H1s: 5459 & 5458
  • RT 45 & 46 are former H1s: 5337 & 5336
RT 48, 49 128px 2001 Snow thrower Diesel
RT 50-53 128px 1999 Push snow thrower n/a
RT 56 128px 2006 Vacuum Rodder Diesel
  • Custom built, self-propelled subway drain vacuum & jetting workcar
  • Seats: 2x2 person operator cabs for bi-directional operation
  • Length: 65'
  • Width: 10'-4"
  • Height: 12'
  • Gross weight: 140,000 lbs
  • Water system:
    • Jetting mode: 8,000 psi @ 8 GPM
    • Flushing mode: 2,500 psi @ 32 GPM
    • Reservoir: 7,570 L (clean) water tank
ST 1 1984 Locomotive Diesel
ST 2 1984 Flatcar with crane n/a
  • Used with ST 1
ST 3 1984 Grinding truck n/a
  • Used with ST 1
ST 4 1986 Snow blower n/a
  • Used with ST 1
ST 5 1987 Power rail cleaner and de-icer n/a
  • Used with ST 1
ST 6 128px 1987 Grinding truck n/a
  • Used with ST 1

Retired Rail WorkcarsEdit

Fleet Number Range Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Description Propulsion Type Notes
RT-10 128px 1967 Nippon-Sharyo Platform maintenance Electric Retired in 2000

Rapid Transit NetworkEdit

The TTC operates three subway lines, and one heavy-duty light rail line as part of it's Rapid Transit network. These routes are numbered 1-4, but these numbers do not show up on the vehicles, so are mostly used internally.

RoutesEdit

1. Yonge-University-Spadina Subway - Yellow - 672,390 passengers a day
2. Bloor-Danforth Subway - Green - 483,997 passengers a day
3. Scarborough Rapid Transit - Blue - 43,770 passengers a day
4. Sheppard Subway - Purple - 45,859 passengers a day

Surface NetworkEdit

The TTC operates 149 surface routes, 12 of which run streetcars, and 137 of which run buses. All but one of these routes connect to the Rapid Transit network. The top 20 busiest routes are as follows:

504 King Streetcar - 53,100
510 Spadina Streetcar - 48,000
39 Finch East Bus - 44,600
29 Dufferin Bus - 43,600
501 Queen Streetcar - 43,500
36 Finch West Bus - 42,600
506 Carlton Streetcar - 41,200
32 Eglinton West Bus - 41,100
25 Don Mills Bus - 40,600
35 Jane Bus - 39,000
505 Dundas Streetcar - 35,200
54 Lawrence East Bus - 33,800
512 St.Clair Streetcar - 31,000
85 Sheppard East Bus - 28,300
196 York University Rocket Bus - 27,700
60 Steeles West Bus - 27,500
34 Eglinton East Bus - 26,300
24 Victoria Park Bus - 23,700
53 Steeles East Bus - 23,700
95 York Mills Bus - 23,600

See AlsoEdit

Summary and info on TTC Surface Routes

DivisionsEdit

The TTC operates six bus divisions with one more opening in Fall 2007. They also operate two streetcar divisions, three subway divisions, and one maintenance division.

Bus DivisionsEdit

Streetcar DivisionsEdit

Subway/RT DivisionsEdit

MaintenanceEdit

ConnectionsEdit

The TTC connects to many other transit agencies. To the north, the TTC connects to York Region Transit; to Durham Region Transit in the east, formerly Ajax Pickering Transit Authority; Mississauga Transit to the west and Brampton Transit in the north-west. GO Transit interconnects all of these, being centred around Union Station.

Also See Edit

ReferencesEdit

External LinksEdit

Route and schedule information Edit

MultimediaEdit

Fansites and advocacyEdit

Toronto Transit Commission Logo
Vehicles Buses - Streetcars - Subway/RT - Rail Workcars
Current Transit Centres Arrow Rd. - Birchmount - Eglinton - Malvern - Mount Dennis - Queensway - Wilson - Roncesvalles - Russell - Davisville - Greenwood - McCowan - Lakeshore (Wheel-Trans) - Hillcrest
Former Transit Centres (Old) Eglinton - Lansdowne - Danforth - Vincent - St. Clair (Wychwood)
Routes
Rapid Transit Yonge-University-Spadina Subway - Bloor-Danforth Subway - Scarborough Rapid Transit - Sheppard Subway
Bus 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 115 116 117 120 122 123 124 125 126 127 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 139 141 142 143 144 160 161 162 165 167 168 169 171 172 190 191 192 193 196 224
Blue Night 300 301 302 303 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 316 319 320 321 322 324 329 352 353 354 385
Community 400 402 403 404 405
Streetcar 501 502 503 504 505 506 508 509 510 511 512

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