The TTC’s Flexity Outlook Streetcars

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Flexity Outlook streetcar #4401.

The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) has started to receive its new streetcars, the Flexity Outlook model.

The new cars will go through some testing prior to entering into service and then will rolled out in stages, one line at a time, as the cars arrive at their Hillcrest facility on Bathurst St.

The TTC has announce the following list of routes for conversion over to the new streetcars:

The new streetcars offer air conditioning, are twice as long as the current ALRV fleet, will use a pantograph instead of a trolley pole, and will have PRESTO card readers.  The new streetcars are handicap accessible and are designed to handle Toronto’s turning radius.


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  1. Pingback: New Streetcars in Toronto | Edward Brain's Blog

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