TTC Holiday Period Services 2021-2022

The TTC will operate holiday schedules for the period around Christmas and New Year’s Day.

  • Until Sunday, December 19, the regular level of service (equivalent to earlier weeks in December) will operate.
  • Monday to Friday, December 20-24, the regular weekday schedule will operate, but without any school trips.
  • Christmas Day, December 25, will operate a holiday schedule. Service on the subway and most routes begins at 8 am.
  • Boxing Day, December 26, will operate a Sunday schedule. Service on the subway and most routes begins at 8 am.
  • Monday, December 27, will operate a holiday schedule. Service on the subway and most routes begins at 6 am.
  • Tuesday to Thursday, December 28-30, the regular weekday schedule will operate, but without any school trips.
  • Friday, December 31 will operate a weekday schedule supplemented by 600-RAD crews on the subway and limited additional bus service.
  • New Year’s Day, January 1, will operate a holiday schedule. Service on the subway and most routes begins at 8 am.
  • From Sunday, January 2, the regular service will operate. A small number of service changes are described in a separate article. Service continues at the level of the November 2021 schedules.

2 thoughts on “TTC Holiday Period Services 2021-2022

  1. I miss the era when TTC was run free on New Year’s Eve. Many people rode the TTC for celebrating. For several years, I would ride to Keele on the St. Clair car on New Year’s Eve–which happened to be my birthday!

    Cheers, Andy Biemiller

    Steve: The last thing the TTC wants to do is encourage a lot of floating parties on packed vehicles. Someday when this is all over, I too look forward to the city really being alive on New Year’s Eve.

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