Category Archives: Spadina Car
The agenda for the TTC meeting on May 24 contains a few items of interest, but also a troubling sign that matters of public interest are being debated behind closed doors. Items included in this preview: New Streetcar Implementation Plan … Continue reading
Updated May 15, 2013 at 1:30 pm: TTC CEO Andy Byford spoke at a meeting of the York Quay Neighbourhood Association yesterday evening and the status of transit service to Queens Quay was a major topic. There appears to be … Continue reading
Now that the first Low Floor Light Rail Vehicle (LFLRV) is rolling through Toronto streets on test runs, the question of service quality and capacity for streetcar routes is once again an issue. The most recent TTC document setting out … Continue reading
This month’s TTC board meeting has a rather thin agenda. Whether that will lead to a short meeting is another matter. Updated January 22, 2013 at 8:30 am: Results of the meeting have been added to this article.
The TTC will implement many service changes on June 18, 2012 mostly for seasonal changes in demand. The lion’s share of these are service cuts, with a few increases. These are detailed on the first six pages of the document … Continue reading
The newly reconstituted Toronto Transit Commission will meet on Friday, March 30. This article reviews major items on the agenda.
Update 8: August 10, 2011 at 7:40 am: Construction of the new safety islands has completed early, and the 511 is back to its normal routing. Update 7: July 26, 2011 at 8:00 am: The TTC has revised dates for … Continue reading
The TTC Agenda for May 11 contained a number of items of interest. In a previous article, I reviewed the preliminary report for the Finch bus service improvements. Items detailed below the break are: PRESTO Update Adam Giambrone’s Office Expenses … Continue reading
The matter of service on Spadina south of King has been before the TTC on two previous occasions, most recently in March 2011. In brief, local riders and their Councillor, Adam Vaughan, complain that service is poor and riders are … Continue reading