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February 16, 2018
Updated data released for Toronto's King Street Transit Pilot
The City of Toronto today released the next set of data on the King Street Transit Pilot, a transit-priority pilot project on King Street from Bathurst Street to Jarvis Street.

This set of data includes transit ridership, streetcar travel times, streetcar reliability, car volumes and average car travel times, pedestrian volumes and economic point-of-sale data.

The January data dashboard is available at

The year-long pilot project is being monitored for impact on transit service, traffic flow on parallel streets and effects on pedestrians, cyclists and local businesses.

Data from the King Street Transit Pilot is being released on a monthly basis on about the 12th of each month.

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