TTC Turns 100

Today, September 1st, 2021 the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) turns 100 years old.

The TTC was formed on September 1st, 2021 taking over a number of private lines that existed in the past.

Over the years, the TTC has operated streetcars, buses, trolleybuses, and subways.

The subway system started in 1954 with the Yonge Line and has since increased greatly to include four different lines.

The TTC stopped using trolleybuses in the early 1990s, but still operates a number of streetcars lines as well as many bus lines and had grown over the years.

Please find below some pictures and videos to celebrate their anniversary!


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I am a long time condo activist and have a background in Business Administration.
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  1. Pingback: 2021: Another Annus Horribilis | Edward Brain's Blog

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