Toronto Transit Commission fleet

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The Toronto Transit Commission bus fleet is the collection of transit buses owned and used by the Toronto Transit Commission for its bus routes in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.


Current fleet[edit]

Surface[edit]

Most buses (aside from the 62 feet (19 m) articulated Nova LFS buses) are 40 feet (12.19 metres) long. All buses are used in local/express service and are wheelchair equipped Handicap.svg/wheelchair lift equipped Handicap.svg Arrow south.svgArrow north.svg

In addition, Wheel-Trans operates a fleet of 129 buses. With 540[dated info] wheel chair accessible buses in the regular fleet the TTC operates one the of the largest para-transit systems in North America[dubious ], behind New York City's Metropolitan Transportation Authority Access-A-Ride with 2116 buses.

Numbering of buses prior to 2010 used the same four-digit format as the TTC regular fleet. Starting in 2010, Wheeltrans' newer buses used a numeric format starting with W and followed by three digits.

Order Year Picture Builder/Model Engine/Transmission
(Fuel Propulsion)
Fleet/(Qty.) Division Notes
1996–1997 TTC Orion V Ex-CNG 9442 on Route 199 Rocket.JPG

Orion Bus Industries

  • 05.501 V

Allison World B400R

9400-9449
(50)
(42 active)

Handicap.svg Arrow south.svgArrow north.svg

  • Lift-equipped
  • In Process of Retirement
1997–1998 TTC NovaBus -7240.jpg

Nova Bus

Allison VR-731

7200-7251
(52)
(19 active)

Handicap.svg Arrow south.svgArrow north.svg

  • Lift-equipped
  • In Process of Retirement
1998–1999 TTC Route 112C Bus.JPG

New Flyer Industries

  • D40LF

Allison World B400R

7300-7350
(51)
(50 active)

Handicapped/disabled access

  • 7308 had be retired after a fire in 2010.
1999-2003 Wheel-Trans Bus 9800.jpg

Ford

Overland Custom Coach ELF 122

Ford 4R100W

9751-9889
9890-9891
(241)
(20/2 active)

Handicapped/disabled access

2002–2005 Three TTC Orion VII 2003 Series at Hillcrest Yard.JPG

Orion Bus Industries

Allison World B400R

7400-7499
7500-7619
7620-7793, 7795-7882
(482)
(100/120/262 active)

Handicapped/disabled access

2006-2007 TTC Orion VII OG Hybrid 1111.JPG

Orion Bus Industries

BAE HybriDrive System 250HP

Allison World B400R

1000–1149
7900-7979
8000-8099
(330)
(150/80/100 active)

Handicapped/disabled access

2007-2008 TTC Orion VII NG HEV Bus.jpg

Orion Bus Industries

BAE HybriDrive System 250HP

1200–1423
1500–1689
(413)
(223/188 active)

Handicapped/disabled access

2009-2012 TTC Orion VII NG Hybrid 1756.JPG

Orion International

BAE HybriDrive System 250HP

Allison World B400R6

1700–1829
8100-8219
8300-8334
8335-8396
(347)
(130/120/35/60 active)

Handicapped/disabled access

2009-2012 Friendlybus.jpg

Ford

StarTrans Bus Senator SII LF

Ford 5R100W

W100-W209
W210-W300
(301)
(210/91 active)

Handicapped/disabled access
Fourth generation Wheel-Trans buses

2013-2014 TTC Novabus LFS Artic 9000 on Route 29 Dufferin.PNG

Nova Bus

Allison World B500R

9000-9026
9027-9152
(153)
(27/126 Active)[1]

Handicapped/disabled access

  • 9000-9026 Third Generation Nova buses.
  • 9027-9152 Fourth Generation Nova buses.
2015

Nova Bus

Allison World B400R6

8400-8504
(105)
(0/55 0/50 active)
(55 Q2 2015, 50 Q4 2015)

Handicapped/disabled access

  • 8400-8504 fourth generation buses
  • Replacing the 1998 Noavbus RTS 7200-7251

Retired bus fleet[edit]

Non-standard buses[edit]

Built from 1959-1989[edit]

Built from 1990-2002[edit]

These buses were all 40 feet (12.19 metres) long and are used in local service.

Paratransit[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]