100 years of TTC!

    On September 1, 2021, the TTC is celebrating its 100th anniversary. To honour this historic milestone, they’ve partnered with the City of Toronto Archives to promote the anniversary and celebrate 100 years of moving Toronto. This is the first in a line of activities that will take place over the coming year to celebrate this milestone achievement.

    Travel back in time and see the evolution of the TTC by visiting 12 unique photography exhibits, titled TTC: 100 Years of Moving Toronto, at the following subway stations:

    Don Mills StationSheppard Subway ConstructionConcourse level
    Kennedy StationScarborough Rapid TransitConcourse level
    Main Street StationStreetcar Advertising CardsConcourse level
    Bay StationStation Concepts by Artist Sigmund SerafinCumberland Terrace hallway outside fare line
    Kipling StationWomen Guides on the TTCConcourse level between West Passenger Pick-up Drop Off and collector booth
    Finch StationMoved by ElectricityConcourse level, transfer between TTC bus terminal and subway
    Queen StationStreetcar Trackage Construction in the 1920’sPassageway connection between Northbound and Southbound platforms
    Union StationHarbourfront and Spadina Light Rail TransitStreetcar entrance
    Dupont StationYonge Subway Construction by Artist John DeRinzySubway platforms
    Spadina StationTransit System MapsConcourse connection between Line 1 and Line 2
    St Clair West StationTransit Expansion Means DevelopmentConcourse level
    Vaughan Metropolitan StationBuses and Streetcars in the 1920’sConcourse level


    The exhibits will be available for viewing until July 2022.

    For more information, and to see more ways the TTC will be celebrating, click here.

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