Clear and to the Point

22 November, 2009

Toronto Transit guides: TTC Rider

Filed under: online resources,visual communication — monado @ 17:44

There are some unofficial guides to the Toronto Transit system that are very useful. For people who want to know the station layout, where to stand, where to catch an elevator, or where the buses are, there’s the TTC Rider efficiency guide. The station maps use simple graphics to give you the layout. I think you can recognize stairs, escalators, and elevators. The map shows the platform surface and the train direction by putting a headlight at the front of the train.

Station map, St. George Station, Bloor line level

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  1. http://ttc2010.wordpress.com/

    TTC is the worst.

    Comment by Toronto Transit Concerns — 8 June, 2010 @ 15:43 | Reply


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