Topic : Toronto Transit Commission

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Toronto Transit Commission to add BYD battery-electric buses

Technology| July 23, 2018

Will purchase a guaranteed 10 40-foot, fully electric zero-emission buses, with an option for an additional 30 buses.

TTC to add 10 Xcelsior CHARGE battery-electric buses

Technology| June 25, 2018

The agency's electric bus program is focused on transforming its fleet into a 100% zero-emission fleet by 2040.

Rail| December 18, 2017

Alstom's signaling system equips Toronto subway extension

The commissioning of Urbalis 400 on TYSSE is one phase of the Line 1 Yonge-University signaling project that was conferred to Alstom by TTC in 2009 with a scope increase in 2015, and marks the first time that such an innovative radio-based CBTC system enters into commercial service on a metro line in Canada.

Security and Safety | December 11, 2017

Canada's Metrolinx enhances smart card privacy policy

Recommendations were designed to improve privacy protections and provide greater clarity to the public about how and when it will provide cardholders’ data to officers.

Management & Operations| June 27, 2017

Toronto Transit Commission wins APTA's top transit agency award

Named Outstanding Public Transportation System for 2017, the TTC last won the award in 1986.

Rail| May 3, 2017

Toronto's Union Station Undergoes Revitalization, Restoration Program

Several critical factors had to be considered throughout, including uninterrupted rail operations, safe pedestrian flow through the station, adequate egress capacities, fire/emergency access, ongoing power and systems operations, and feasible constructability.

TTC etiquette campaign uses customer tweets

The “You Said It” campaign targets behavior and unsafe activities, including tresspassing on subway tracks and wearing backpacks on crowded vehicles.

Security and Safety | January 5, 2017

TTC considering cameras to improve streetcar safety

Similar to red light cameras, the cameras would capture license plates, allowing vehicle owners to be issued a fine for violating the Highway Traffic Act — $110 and three demerit points.

Security and Safety | November 1, 2016

TTC warns suicide attempts on subway driving employee absenteeism

Toronto's auditor general found the TTC's paid sick leave costs increased to $33.9 million in 2015, an increase of some $1.2 million from the previous year.

Security and Safety | August 17, 2016

Man charged for hopping on subway tracks for Pokémon Go video

Toronto Transit Commission spokesman Brad Ross said Mark Correia, 20, has been charged with unauthorized access on subway tracks, which carries a set fine of $425.

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