Toronto’s public transit system has been facing increasing challenges, from overcrowding to safety concerns. Recent incidents of violence on the TTC have highlighted the need for improved security measures and better support for vulnerable populations.


As the city grows, finding ways to enhance transit efficiency and safety will be crucial for maintaining Toronto’s reputation as a livable, accessible metropolis. The city’s current transit woes are the culmination of decades of inertia, political meddling, and mismanagement.


Do you think a more heavy-handed approach from the provincial government is needed to fix the TTC? Or is it fine as it is? Maybe this is just growing pains, impacting the City of Toronto.

Read about TTC data shows violence has eased. So why do riders feel uneasy?