The TTC now has a Transit Planning page linked from “About The TTC” on its website.
The detailed service summary for the current schedule period is available on this page and, therefore, I will no longer have to host it here.
Missing from the new TTC site are many of the historical reports — operating statistics, Annual Reports, etc., going back to past years. With a bit of sleuthing, you can find some of these on the City of Toronto website by using its search engine to access cached copies of the reports and pages.
A cached copy of the old “Documents” page is still available.
Those who ride the Danforth subway might be forgiven for thinking that we did not fit into the “One Stop” universe as so few of “our” stations had video screens. Not enough eyeballs, obviously, to make it worth their while.
Just last week, however, things started to change with the disappearance of the electronics from the old “Metron” displays and the installation of new “One Stops”.
Gone is the full working set of Metrons at Donlands Station which faithfully displayed ads for a travellers’ kennel near Pearson Airport for all those years. Now dogs on the Danforth will have to put up with what passes for news and the occasional, if erratic, notice about service blockages.
At least the time will be correct.