The TTC is boosting service on more than a dozen routes starting this weekend as more people begin taking public transport. The increase in ridership is likely caused by the return of office workers to the city. The transit agency will increase service frequency and improve reliability on 17 more bus routes starting Sunday, according to the TTC.
Mayor John Tory said “thank you to our TTC workers (for) providing a safe and reliable ride for everyone including more and more riders returning to the office as we reopen, … We are proud to support the TTC as it works to return service to pre-pandemic levels this year. This is all part of the work we are doing to make sure Toronto comes back stronger than ever.
The following routes will receive increased service: 24 Victoria Park, 37 Islington, 41 Keele, 44 Kipling South, 46 Martin Grove, 52 Lawrence West, 63 Ossington, 64 Main, 74 Mount Pleasant, 86 Scarborough, 87 Cosburn, 89 Weston, 102 Markham Road, 109 Ranee, 124 Sunnybrook, 937 Islington Express, and 986 Scarborough Express.
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