Come to the TTC’s 10th annual public meeting

The TTC is inviting the public to give them ideas on how to improve service.

We are looking for ideas on where and when to add new routes, or how we could change current routes to improve your transit service.

The best ideas will be included in the Toronto Transit Commission’s annual review of new and revised routes.

The meeting will be taking place:

Monday April 2, 2007


Elizabeth Beaton Auditorium, Toronto Reference Library

789 Yonge Street (1 block North of Bloor)

If you cannot attend but would like to make suggestions, please call (416)393-3030, Monday to Friday, 8:00am -5:00pm.

Check here for a report on the TTC’s annual meeting from 1998. I wonder how much Torontonian’s views on service has changed in 9 years?

image via neuroticjose



  1. That photo is a reverse negative. Look closely at the sign, it says “Bloor Line” backwards!

  2. I noticed that too, and I think the photo was taken into the mirror at the end of the platform.

    I’m planning to go – I could see it having a bit of a carnival atmosphere. I think time-expired transfers, all-day limited-stop bus routes, and finally turning on that signal priority system on Spadina would be what I’d suggest.

    It might be worthwhile for those who like the bus bike racks to come out and suggest routes that they should be put on. Scarborough anyone?

  3. There should be more than one meeting, or else videoconferencing from other Civic Centres in the city should be done. We may be a unified city but there are a lot of TTC riders who never come downtown!

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