Public Transit

  • What time does the subway start and end?

The subway hours of operation on weekdays and Saturdays are approximately 6 a.m. to 1:30 a.m., and Sunday service approximately 8 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. Exact times vary by station.

  • What time does the subway start on Holidays?

On Christmas Day and New Year’s Day the subway starts at approximately 9 a.m. Typically, Holiday service for buses and streetcars vary, see your route schedule on-line, or call Customer Information at 416-393-4636.

  • How do I get a bus schedule for my route?

You can access all route schedules from the TTC’s website. If you do not have an internet connection our Customer Information Representatives can mail a schedule out to you. Please call 416-393-4636 and press “0” to speak with a representative.



PRESTO is an electronic payment system that eliminates the need for tickets, tokens, passes and cash. PRESTO works across local transit in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) and Ottawa, making paying for your trip simple, convenient and secure.

  • Where to buy a PRESTO Card?

Buy a PRESTO card for $6 in person at a:

-Fare Vending Machine:
-Ticket Vending Machine:
-Customer Service Outlet
-Shoppers Drug Mart

Presto website:


TTC Wheel-Trans provides a safe and reliable transit option for persons with disabilities to travel with freedom and dignity. Applicants may be eligible for Wheel-Trans service if their disability prevents them from using TTC’s conventional transit for all or part of their trip. Disabilities may be permanent and/or temporary and are those identified in the Ontario Human Rights Code including, but not limited to physical, sensory, cognitive and mental health disabilities.

The Wheel-Trans eligibility application form is available by calling 416-393-4111 or at the following link:

Wheel-Trans Website:


An exchange agreement between Korean and Canada make it possible for a person with a Korean driver’s license with more than 2 years of driving experience to exchange for a full Ontario license after taking an eye test. A person with less than 2 years of driving experience will be issued with a G2 license and need to wait until gaining two, full year of driving experience to be eligible to take the G2 road test. Once passing the G2 road test, a person will acquire a full G license. For those who exchange a Korean driver license to a full Ontario license immediately, it is crucial to become familiar with Canada road signs in advance for their own and public safety.

Main road signs

A stop sign means you must come to a complete stop and wait until the way is clear before entering the intersection. At ‘all-way stop’ sign, you must yield the right-of-way to the first vehicle to come to a complete stop.

When there is a pedestrian crossover signs and a flashing orange signal, pedestrians have the right-of way over all vehicles. Proceed carefully by reducing speed and don’t overtake the vehicle in front.

At any intersection where you want to turn left, bring your vehicle to the center of the intersection and wait for approaching traffic to pass or turn and for pedestrians in or approaching your path to cross. However, the left-turn signals, drivers should not proceed to the center of the intersection but wait for a left turn signal to turn left.

10 ways you can help make Ontario’s roads safe

  • Don’t drink and drive. Don’t drive when you’re taking medication that will affect your driving.
  • Always wear your seatbelt and make sure passengers are using the appropriate child car seat, booster seat or seatbelt.
  • Obey the speed limits. Slow down when road and weather conditions are poor.
  • Don’t take risks: don’t cut people off in traffic, make sudden lane changes or run yellow lights.
  • Don’t drive when you’re tired, upset or sick.
  • If you’re in doubt, let the other driver go first – yield the right-of-way.
  • Keep at least a two-second space between your vehicle and the one ahead.
  • Cut the distractions: don’t overcrowd the vehicle or play loud music.
  • Always check your blind spot: look in your mirror and over your shoulder before you change lanes.
  • Check traffic in all directions, including any sidewalks and paths/trails, before entering an intersection.

The official Ministry of Transportation (MTO) Driver’s Handbook Website:

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