TTC Celebrates Car Number 4410 Streetcar Entering Service

TTC Streetcar
Streetcars running on the TTC lines were built in Thunder Bay

ttc streetcarTORONTO – The Toronto Transit Commission’s ninth new low-floor streetcar, Car number 4410, entered service on the 510 Spadina route yesterday afternoon. The streetcars are manufactured in Thunder Bay at the Bombardier manufacturing facility in the city.

The new streetcar is equipped with PRESTO machines and ticket validators to allow customers to pay their fare. The machines will also allow customers without a smartcard to purchase a single-ride Proof-of-Payment ticket using coins or tokens.

Both the 510 Spadina and the 509 Harbourfront routes are Proof-of-Payment, allowing customers with a transfer or valid TTC pass to board at any door.

The new car joins the other eight accessible low-floor streetcars in service on the 510 Spadina and 509 Harbourfront routes. The new streetcars feature a higher passenger capacity, air conditioning, and are fully accessible for customers using mobility devices.

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