TTCriders is looking for a Fundraising, Organizing & Outreach Director

TTCriders is a grassroots transit advocacy organization that gives Torontonians who use the TTC a voice. It emerged as a response to the tens of thousands of transit users who [...]

Now Magazine reports on the low income TTC pass

Now Magazine reports on the low income TTC pass

Thanks Ben Spurr for your article on the city agreeing to come up with a plan to come up with a low-income TTC pass. Here’s the article below, [...]

Thanks to Your Support, 35 City Councillors Supported the Low-Income Pass

Thanks to Your Support, 35 City Councillors Supported the Low-Income Pass

Thanks to your emails, calls, letters, and tweets, 35 city councillors voted on Tuesday, July 8th to support the planning of a low-income pass.  This is a great victory! Council [...]

We say yes to the low-income pass, but will the city?

We say yes to the low-income pass, but will the city?
Thanks to all your emails, calls, and deputations last week, the City Executive approved the plan to provide low income TTC passes to riders. This is huge! One hurdle down, another to go. Now this Tuesday July 8 the entire City Council gets to decide whether we move forward on the plan to give low-income riders [...]

TTCriders thinks the Downtown Relief Line is great

TTCriders thinks the Downtown Relief Line is great

TTCriders’ campaigns committee has decided that we are in support of the Downtown Relief Line.  Read our exact position below. TTCriders is in support of the Downtown Relief Line. TTCriders [...]

The 2015 Fare Freeze: a Victory we Riders Have Earned and Must Protect on Election Night

  Last week on May 28th 2014, mayoral candidate Karen Stintz put forward a motion to use an “unexpected” extra $47 million found in the TTC’s budget  to pay for [...]

Canvassing at Transit Hubs A SUCCESS!

Canvassing at Transit Hubs A SUCCESS!

Our canvassing at Kennedy Station last Thursday morning was a huge success!  Many riders stopped to take copies of our Vote Transit Guide and [...]

TTCriders Releases Vote Transit Guide Before Provincial Election

TTCriders Releases Vote Transit Guide Before Provincial Election
TTCriders released a transit voters’ guide yesterday that shows the provincial political parties are failing to improve TTC service and lower fares. The Vote Transit guide reveals that no party has committed to regularly contribute fair funding of $700 million a year to the TTC so riders get more service and lower fares.  Only the [...]

Join us in the overcrowded bus march to Queen’s Park for more service and lower fares

Join us in the overcrowded bus march to Queen’s Park for more service and lower fares

Join us for TTCriders’ Annual General Meeting – May 10, 2014

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