The Greater Toronto Transportation Conference (GTTC) is an organization of senior people involved in planning, design or provision of transportation infrastructure or services 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.
We usually meet in the Executive Boardroom at GO Transit. GO Transit is located on the 6th floor at 20 Bay Street, on the west side of Bay Street south of Harbour Street and north of Queen's Quay. There is a stop on the TTC Harbourfront LRT line south of Union Station below Bay Street in front of the building. There is a surface car parking lot accessible from Queen's Quay located immediately west of the building and underground parking within the building.
The GTTC Board of Directors includes the following members:
Division Vice President, Transportation
Director, Station Services
Manager, Transportation Planning
McCormick Rankin Corporation
Director, Transportation Planning
City of Toronto
MMM Group Limited
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Membership dues are only $250.00 per year which includes all costs of
attending regular luncheon meetings.