TTC Revamps “Transit Planning” Web Page

The Planning web page on the TTC site contained, until recently, some rather elderly files and reports. Updates were confined to the Scheduled Service Summaries posted about every six weeks.

This page has now been revised. All of the old files/links have been removed, and there is now current (2019-2021) ridership data at a route level.

For the convenience of readers looking for the old files, I have created a new page in the Reference section of this site (see the drop down menu at the top of the page). That section already contains a page for Scheduled Service Summaries going back many years.

One thought on “TTC Revamps “Transit Planning” Web Page

  1. Sometimes for research purposes, we need to reference the old files. Would like to see the ancient files from the 1950’s and 1960’s for example, to see what were the reasons behind the decisions made. For example, I would like to see the documents behind why the cobblestones between the streetcar tracks were replaced by asphalt, then concrete. (Likely the automobile god disciples wanting a smoother ride in their automobile.)

    Just removing, or worse, deleting them, should not be done.

    Steve: Those would be City files, not TTC, and they would not exist in electronic format. The change to track paving standards was made to support heavy truck traffic.


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