The latest transit schedule from the TTC reveals that buses will start serving the capital within about a month.
However, there’s still plenty of time to plan ahead and plan for the transit overloads that are likely to be a feature of the city.
TTC CEO Andy Byford told reporters on Wednesday that the first phase of the new bus schedule would be for the first time in five years.
This means that buses in the downtown core will start running in April 2019 and that they will likely be replaced by the new articulated buses that will be installed by the end of 2020.
Byford said that the plan is to replace the old buses with new articulated ones that will arrive in the spring of 2021.
The new articulated bus fleet will be powered by electric vehicles that will run on a combination of battery-powered and hydrogen-powered engines.
By 2020, all new buses will have a capacity of 2,400 passengers per hour.
By 2023, all buses will be running on the same standard schedule of five hours of service per day.
This new schedule will also be more efficient and flexible than the old schedule which used the same schedule every two hours.
This is to accommodate a new fleet of buses which will be used in all transit directions in the city from downtown to the suburbs and beyond.
TTC spokesperson Brad Ross said that this new schedule should be considered as a start date for the new fleet.
The transit agency expects to be operating its new articulated fleet for about six years, but there are still some big questions surrounding how much service will be delivered to the capital.
The TTC has been working on the issue of the future of its fleet and how it will be funded, but that work will be complicated by the fact that the capital’s transit system is also facing the same problem of how to keep its lights on in the face of the rising cost of diesel fuel.
A study by the TTC last year concluded that the transit system would need to pay $15 million to keep the lights on for a year, and $50 million to maintain them for three years.
The report also noted that while it was possible to pay for the project with a $1.4 billion capital subsidy, that was not possible under the current budget plan that was adopted in October 2017.
Ross said that while the city has the money to pay the full cost of this project, there is no plan for how to do that.
“We’re still working on that,” Ross said.
“We’re working on all the details.”