Make cycling a part of your journey. We're committed to improving the integration of cycling and transit in Toronto.
Bikes and e-bikes, like other large objects, can be brought onto TTC property only during off-peak hours before 6:30 a.m., between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. and after 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, as long as they do not inconvenience other passengers and they are not operated on TTC property. E-bikes are not permitted on bike racks at the front of TTC buses due to their weight.  


The TTC is committed to improving the integration of cycling and transit in Toronto. We continue to undertake bicycle initiatives to encourage customers to make cycling a part of their transit journey.

The TTC is working in collaboration with the City of Toronto to meet our shared vision of a more bicycle friendly city as outlined in the Cycling Network Plan. Some features include:

  • Bicycle parking at/near subway stations
  • Accommodation of bicycles on TTC vehicles 
  • Bicycle access/amenities at subway stations

Whether you’re cycling as part of your commute or for recreational purposes, plan your multi-modal trip by checking to see what bicycle accommodations are available on your route.


Nearly all subway stations have bicycle parking (post-and-ring and/or multi-bicycle racks) on-site or close by.

Taking your bike on TTC Vehicles

All TTC buses (except Wheel-Trans and Community Buses) have bike racks so that you can bring your bike with you on your journey.

Bike access and amenities

We’re improving accessibility and adding amenities at TTC subway stations, making it easier to cycle as part of your journey.

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