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Meetings are held regularly to review policy and operating matters of the Toronto Transit Commission. Meetings are normally held at Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen Street West, Toronto (location will be confirmed in the Agenda). Meetings will be held by electronic means during the pandemic.
The TTC serves the people of Toronto by ensuring your transit system is reliable, safe, and prepared for the future. To that end, the Board oversees matters of policy, planning TTC services; constructing, maintaining and operating the system; and expanding services and facilities.
- Chair - Councillor Jaye Robinson
- Vice-Chair - Joanne De Laurentiis (Citizen)
- Councillor Brad Bradford
- Councillor Shelley Carroll
- Fenton Jagdeo (Citizen)
- Councillor Cynthia Lai
- Ron Lalonde (Citizen)
- Councillor Jennifer McKelvie
- Councillor Denzil Minnan-Wong
- Julie Osborne (Citizen)
Engaging with the Board and Committees
The TTC Board encourages people to engage in the decision-making that may affect them, their business and the community.
By-law to Govern Board Proceedings
Rules of order in the TTC Board and its Committees
Audit and Risk Management Committee
The TTC Audit Committee assists the Board of Directors in fulfilling its oversight responsibilities for the Financial Reporting process; the system of Internal Control and the Audit process.
Declarations of Interest Registry
Effective March 1, 2019, the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act requires municipalities and local boards to make a registry of declarations of interest available for public inspection.
If you have any questions, please contact Commission Services by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Member||Alan Heisey, Q.C.|
|Item Title||Waterfront East LRT, Union Station and Queens Quay|
|Verbal Declaration Date||17-Jun-20|
|Verbal Declaration||An organization of which he is a member owns a parcel of land at 11 Parliament Street, on Toronto harbour, that may be within the alignment of the proposed extension of the east Waterfront LRT.|
|Written Declaration||View Form|
The Budget Committee was dissolved effective January 10, 2019 and is no longer an active Committee. The mandate of the Committee is currently under review.
The Budget Committee was responsible for establishing the budget strategy for the annual TTC and Wheel-Trans Operating Budgets and the Five-Year Capital Program and Ten-Year Capital Forecast.
Human Resources and Labour Relations Committee
The Human Resources and Labour Relations Committee was dissolved effective January 10, 2019 and is no longer an active Committee.
The Human Resources and Labour Relations Committee assisted the Board in fulfilling its obligations relating to labour relations, human resources, health and safety, and compensation matters and to establish a plan of continuity of senior management.