See Monday afternoon (Tour C-1) for description.
See Monday afternoon (Tour D-1) for description.
The Transit Toronto Commission (TTC) is the public transit agency of the City of Toronto. It operates an extensive network of subways, streetcars and buses, carrying 1.6 million riders every day. This walking tour will explore a part of the TTC network and highlight the interconnection between subways, streetcars and buses. Participants will view the rights-of-way on Spadina Avenue and Queens Quay. The tour will also highlight new fare-paid stations, streetcars, and key aspects of the network.
The Transportation Operations Centre (TOC) monitors traffic conditions and coordinates traffic control field devices 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions about TOC’s operation and unique approach to providing services. Participants will also visit the City's Emergency Operations Centre, which provides effective policy and strategic direction for emergencies; support of emergency operations; consequence management; resource management; coordination of management links to other command/divisional operations centres, external agencies and the Provincial Emergency Operations Centre, as well as information to the general public and news media.