The Toronto "Walking Distance" TTC Map - Narcity

The Toronto "Walking Distance" TTC Map

The clock is ticking.

An assistant professor of accounting and sustainability at Queen's University has created a map that will cut your transportation time in half. Pavlo Kalyta developed this guide to help out-of-towners and of course to encourage Torontonians to travel by foot.

The Walking Distance map provides you with the amount of minutes it takes to walk between TTC stations. Let's be honest, this map will come in handy during rush hour traffic, subway delays and closures. Is your boss frustrated with you always being late to work? Or are you always the student interrupting the class? Take a look at Toronto's Walking Distance TTC Map:

P.S The shortest walk is from Osgoode to St.Andrew station; this will only take 4 minutes of your time, that is approximately only 2000 steps!

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Photo cred - Pavlo Kalyta 

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