Employee Resources for COVID-19
The information on this page is intended for TTC Employees. Customers can learn more about health and well-being on the TTC by visiting Toronto Public Health.
In addition, customers and employees can visit the TTC’s Coronavirus update page and COVID-19 FAQ for more information.
- COVID-19 Back to basics (New as of March 2021)
- COVID-19 Q&A video series
- Coping during the COVID-19 pandemic
- Self-isolation and physical distancing
Bus boarding and payment changes on TTC busesBus boarding and payment changes on TTC buses
Masks or face coverings mandatory on the TTCEffective July 2, masks or face coverings are mandatory when travelling on the TTC, with the exception of:
- Children under two years of age.
- Persons with an underlying medical condition which inhibits the ability to wear a mask or face covering.
- Persons who are unable to place or remove a mask or face covering without assistance.
- TTC employees and agents within an area designated for TTC personnel and not for public access, or within or behind a physical barrier or shield.
- Additional accommodations in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code will also be considered.
To support our customers in this change we will be employing a one-time targeted strategy to distribute one million non-medical masks. Half of the masks will be distributed to TTC customers in the community through a partnership with the City of Toronto Poverty Reduction Office and affiliated agencies. The other half will be distributed by TTC employees through a rotating campaign in TTC stations, in Wheel-Trans and at high traffic bus interchanges. The campaign in stations will run from June 29 to July 8. Please note that the masks are one-time use only (disposable).
The TTC will not be enforcing the use of masks or face coverings. Customers who do not have a mask or face covering will still be permitted to board TTC vehicles. Not all medical or other conditions are visible.
*TTC By-law No. 1, s. 3.13(a)
These face coverings are required as a safety precaution as more customers return to the system and physical distancing becomes more challenging. Information on face coverings, including how to create a no-sew face mask.