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2/25/2020



Rail News: Communication and Signal

TTC extends signal system to Queen Station


Automatic train control is now in service on more than half of TTC's Line 1.
Photo – TTC

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The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) yesterday extended its automatic train control (ATC) signaling system by five stations from St. Patrick to Queen stations.

As part of the work, a train turn-back was added to King Station, providing more operational flexibility, TTC officials said in a press release.

ATC is now in service on more than half of Line 1 between Vaughan Metropolitan Centre and Queen stations. 

The project's next phase will extend ATC from Queen Station to Rosedale Station by November. The entirety of Line 1 is scheduled to be converted to ATC by September 2022.



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