The Toronto Transit Commission Control Room demonstrates a design that is both simple and modern.

Toronto

Toronto Transit Commission Control Centre

Client

Toronto Transit Commision

Budget

$10 Million

Size

44,000 sf

Completed

May 2000

Delivery Model

Design-Bid-Build

Sector

Public and Government

Transit and Operations Centres

Architect

Toronto Transit Commission

This project involved the construction of a control centre for the Toronto Transit Commission that was designed in-house by the TTC. The facility provides space for a team of 86 employees tasked with keeping the subways and their systems running constantly and includes features such as high-tech security systems and electrical components with backup generators to ensure the facility remains in operation at all times.

A view of the displays and operations systems of the Toronto Transit Commission Control Room.
The Toronto Transit Commission Control Room features a circular design.
The TTC Control Room features many displays and operations systems for managing Toronto's subways.

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