This video presents ‘Toronto TTC PCC Streetcars 75th Anniversary Fan Trip by Toronto Transportation Society.”
On October 6, 2013, a transit enthusiast group known as the Toronto Transportation Society, ran a fan trip using TTC PCC streetcar 4500.
The fan trip was to commemorate the 75th Anniversary since the introduction of the PCC streetcar in Toronto.
TTC PCC streetcar 4500 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) is thanking residents and businesses for their patience during the Kingston Rd. streetcar track construction last year by giving people FREE rides on their vintage PCC streetcar along Kingston Rd. on Sunday, March 30 from noon to 4 p.m. between Woodbine Loop and Bingham Loop (from Kingston Rd. eastbound, all streetcars turn onto Victoria Park Ave. northbound, turn west to enter this loop, and exit onto Bingham southbound to return to Kingston Rd. westbound).
President’s Conference Committee streetcars, better known to Torontonians as the PCCs or Red Rockets.
PCCs were a popular sight in Toronto from 1938 to 1995.
At one time, Toronto owned the largest fleet of PCCs in the world – 745 cars.
Two cars remain in the TTC fleet and are available for charters.
TTC Service Changes
Also, adjustments to TTC routes and schedules are effective Sunday, March 30, 2014.
Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) Contact Info
Information on fares, routes, schedules and service.
Recorded information available 24 hours daily.
Operator-assisted service is available from 8:00am to 6:00pm daily, except statutory holidays.
TTY Hearing Impaired Service,
416-481-2523, Daily, 8:00am-6:00pm; except statutory holidays.
Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Continue reading “You’re Invited: Free Rides on TTC’s Vintage Streetcar + TTC Service Changes Effective Mar.30, 2014”
Here are some celebratory events as well as green events in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Wychwood Barns Community Association (WBCA)
THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ST. CLAIR STREETCAR AND WYCHWOOD CARHOUSE
A CELEBRATION OF HERITAGE, ARTS AND THE COMMUNITY FREE Admission
September 13 – 21
Contact Info: Ruth Butler at email@example.com
St Clair Streetcar Line Centennial Celebration includes the following FREE events.
Historic Exhibit – Our Past Is Our Present: September 14 – 15.
Enjoy an exhibit drawing on rarely seen archival images and contemporary photographs that portray the changing identity of St. Clair over the past 100 years.
Where: Barn #2,
Artscape Wychwood Barns September 14 — 9am – 5pm
September 15 — 11am – 5pm.
Ride the Historic PCC Streetcar: September 14 – 15, noon – 4pm.
Tour the Historic Peter Witt Streetcar: September 15, noon – 4pm.
TTC Advertising Exhibit – A Sign of the Times: Exhibit continues to September 21.
Where: Community Gallery,
Artscape Wychwood Barns. Journey through time while viewing TTC advertisements and other artefacts that reflect the impact of world events on our city, our social norms and our values over the past seventy years.
Friday, September 13 — 5pm – 9pm
Saturday, September 14 — 9am – 5pm
Sunday, September 15 — 11am – 5pm
Wednesday, September 18 to Friday, September 20 — 5pm – 9pm
Saturday, September 21 — 9am – 2pm
“St. Clair West: The Growth of a Streetcar Suburb” Walking Tour: September 15, 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Donations are encouraged.
Visit some of the area’s sites of historic and architectural significance, including the Wychwood Car Barns, streetcar maintenance buildings which now house a lively arts and community centre.
Tour Leaders are Diana Sernick and Sheryl Mitchell, Wychwood Barns Community Association.
Focus: Historical, architectural.
Silent Film at Wychwood Theatre: September 14, 2:30 pm and September 15, 4 pm
Where: Wychwood Theatre, Artscape Wychwood Barns
In honour of the Centennial, Silent Sundays @ the Revue Cinema brings a silent film (featuring streetcars of course!) to the Wychwood Theatre featuring live accompaniment by musicians William O’Meara and Tania Gill.
Please click here for more info about this silent film.
ST. CLAIR WEST “ROCKIN’ THE ROCKET” SIDEWALK SALE + CELEBRATIONS: September 14 – 15, noon – 5pm
Stroll along St. Clair Ave. W. from Bathurst St. to Dufferin St. and enjoy live music, characters in period costume, window displays, commemorative food & drink, and more.
Hosted by the area’s three Business Improvement Associations.
September 13 – 18, 2013
12:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Opening Reception: Friday September 13th 7-11pm
1109 Queen Street East
Queen Street East and Caroline Avenue
Map to this event
Continue reading “You’re Invited: Toronto Events Sept.13-Dec.29, 2013 + Toronto & TTC Alerts”
TTC’s image: University-Spadina subway line
(TTC) in Ontario, Canada, announced the following three main TTC events in May : Toronto Transit Commission
This video presents “University subway closures – March 2013”:
The TTC is closing the University subway line from Union to St. George stations on March 2-3, 10, 17 and 23-24 to upgrade its aging signal system
During the closures, there are several transit alternatives available to customers to help them get around the city
TTC’s image: subway on platform
March is the
Toronto Transit Commission‘s (TTC’s) month to conduct major re-signalling work on the University portion (St George to Union stations) of the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line over all four weekends in Toronto, Ontario, Canada:
As a major state-of-good-repair project, the re-signalling modernizes the TTC signals, relays, wiring and cabling equipment
to ensure it can continue to deliver safe, reliable service to its 1.7 million daily customers
The work is scheduled to take place on the following weekend dates:
Continue reading “TTC Alert: Closure of University Portion of Subway on Four Weekends in March 2013 and Other News”