The TTC’s new and improved is launching this week.

Designed based on feedback from users of our current website, the new is a seamless, responsive and much more accessible user experience that will help customers better navigate our transit system. The mobile-friendly site’s simple layout, dynamic search and filter capabilities, and new features will make it easier than ever for customers to find the information they need.

The TTC has implemented an industry-leading accessibility checker for the site and worked closely with multiple accessibility vendors and the Advisory Committee for Accessible Transit (ACAT) to ensure a positive user experience for people with disabilities navigating the new We will continue to work with ACAT, accessibility vendors and our new website’s accessibility checker to monitor and enhance the accessibility of the new website in compliance with the AODA.

The new website will include the following features:

  • A mobile-first, responsive design
  • Simplified content and user experience
  • Status dashboards for subway lines, surface routes, elevators and escalators
  • Live service alerts widget
  • Later this fall, we will roll out another new feature – Bus time integration. This will allow customers to see in real time exactly where the buses are in relation to the stop.

Thank you to ACAT and everyone who submitted feedback on our beta version of the website.

My TTC e-Services subscribers

For My TTC e-Services, starting at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, October 20 until the launch of the new website, new members will not be able to sign up for My TTC e-Services and existing members will not be able to modify their settings. If you are already a subscriber to My TTC e-Services, you will need to reset your password through the new website to adjust your e-Alert settings. Your subscriptions, username and pre-set e-Alerts will not be affected and you will continue to receive e-Alerts you already signed up for even if you do not reset your password on the new website.

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