Posts Filed Under: streetcars
Why ridership has plateaued and what can be done about it
As early criticism mounts, here's what the data tells us about how the King Street pilot project is going so far.
Toronto is used to streetcar delays, but not like this.
Until 2017, discounted fares will only be available at Davisville station.
How short turns happen, and why they're decreasing.
Ten streetcars down, 194 more to go.
Upkeep on the streetcar fleet is tough work in cold weather, but a new generation of vehicles brings a different set of challenges for TTC mechanics.
The smart-card system will be hitting all streetcars—even the old ones—by the end of 2015.
TTC CEO frustrated with Bombardier production issues that have left the city reliant on "worn out" vehicles.
Nominated for: short-turning transit cynicism.
Nominated for: slowly driving commuters insane.
The new policy, aimed at increasing capacity on Toronto's busiest streetcar route, comes into effect January 1.
TTC provides video tour of the new vehicle, which will be hitting the streets August 31.
Construction—and preparations for the new streetcars—will mean changes for the Dundas and Spadina streetcar routes this summer.
A sneak peek at the colourful, fancy, and bendy vehicle that will officially be hitting the streets of Toronto later this summer.
Which streetcar stops could be slated for relocation or removal—and why.
Here are nine intriguing and/or spooky sites that will be opening their doors at Doors Open for the very first time.
A social reformer who championed an underground transit system decades before the subway was built.