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About Us

The Greater Toronto Transportation Conference (GTTC) is an organization of senior people involved in transportation in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Originally formed as the Joint Traffic Committee in 1926, and later known as the Metro Toronto Transportation Conference, the GTTC is a unique forum for dialogue relating to all aspects of transportation policy, planning, operation and service provision across the GTA. Membership in the GTTC is open to senior individuals in public or private sector transportation related organizations. The GTTC meets seven times a year on a Friday over lunch (usually the 4th Friday of the month). Lunch time discussions of the most topical transportation issues in the GTA are always lively, informative, frank and collegial (read more).


Future Events:

October 31, 2014
Moving into the Future: The Importance of Multi-modal Transportation Planning to the Ontario Economy with John Best, Executive Director, Southern Ontario Gateway Council (read more)

Past Events:

September 19, 2014
Transportation Infrastructure P3s - Lessons Learned with Matti Siemiatycki, Associate Professor of Geography and Planning, University of Toronto. (read more)

June 20, 2014
Union Station Precinct An overview of TTC, Metrolinx, and City of Toronto projects at Union Station [including presentation by TTC Project Manager Malcolm MacKay and tour*] (read more)