The Toronto streetcar system is a network of eleven streetcar routes in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, operated by the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC).It is both the largest and busiest light-rail system in North America as well as the largest tramway in the Americas in terms of ridership, number of cars, and track length.
The TRC was the first operator of horseless streetcars in Toronto.
The last TTC-operated radial (North Yonge Railways) closed in 1948.
Track and trolley coach overhead plan of Toronto in October, 1965. Clair, Lansdowne, Russell and Roncesvalles carhouses, Eglinton Garage and Hillcrest Complex.
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In 1966, the TTC announced plans to eliminate all streetcar routes by 1980.