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TTC Stakeholder January Update

TTC Board Approves 2024 Budget that Freezes Fares, Increases Service, and Improves System Safety

The TTC Board approved a 2024 operating budget that freezes fares, continues to increase service, and invests millions of dollars in system safety and cleanliness.


The $2.6 billion combined operating budgets for both conventional and Wheel-Trans services, and represents a 7.5 per cent increase over the approved 2023 budget.

Among other highlights, the 2024 budget:


  • Freezes TTC fares at 2023 rates

  • Increases service

  • Invests more than $28 million in the TTC’s Community Safety, Security and Well-Being program

For further information, please visit our website.

New Service Enhancements and Restorations

As of January 7, the TTC increased service on several bus routes and restored others following the completion of major construction projects. The TTC has also reinstated school trips after the winter break, ensuring that students have reliable and convenient transit options.


In response to ridership demand, the TTC will be increasing capacity on seven bus routes during busy travel periods. These routes include the 16 McCowan, 32 Eglinton West, 44 Kipling South, 63 Ossington, 94 Wellesley, 122 Graydon Hall, and 129 McCowan North. For more information, please visit our website.

TTC Streetcar Service Changes

The following streetcar routes have service changes due to various construction projects.  Please visit our website regularly to stay up to date on all streetcar service changes. 

  • 501/301 Queen

  • 504/304 King - NEW

  • 505 Dundas - NEW

  • 507 Long Branch

  • 508 Lake Shore

  • 512 St Clair 

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