To use the online Toronto Transit Commission Trip Planner, enter the address where you are currently located, the address you would like to arrive at, and the time you would like to leave or arrive. As of 2015, the TTC Trip Planner understands addresses, intersections and landmarks.Continue Reading
If the TTC Trip Planner does not understand an address, it asks the user to check the address and provide a more specific one, or it provides a list of potential addresses similar to the one entered. The TTC advises travelers to pay special attention to the West and East designations of street addresses in Toronto, since the TTC Trip Planner treats Toronto streets that intersect with Yonge Street as two separate streets depending on which side they are on.
Additional options offered by the TTC Trip Planner include accessible routes for individuals with disabilities, bus routes that have bicycle racks, special points of interest near bus stops and stations, and a maximum walking distance calculator. Special points of interest include museums, parks, galleries, shopping centers and hospitals. The walking distance calculator filters out any trip that requires more than a set number of meters in walking distance from one station to another.Learn more about Geography