With the Climate Strike taking place throughout downtown Toronto today, thousands have skipped school and work to show their support in making the world a better place. While Queen's Park is crowded with protestors who are rallying against climate change, it seems like public transit is also completely overrun by these protesters. With many eager Torontonians attempting to make it to and from downtown with their signs for the Climate Stike, the TTC has gotten pretty crazy.\nWith protestors chanting down the streets of Toronto, and all over the world, this Friday, it's no surprise that the TTC subways, streetcars, and buses would be overrun with colourful signs and chanting Torontonians.\nIn fact, even before the protest was underway, TTC users were already complaining about the over-filled streetcars and how crowded Queen's Park station really was.\nTTC even predicted that the subway lines were sure to get crowded due to the protest, and those who were wishing to head downtown should take alternate routes.\nTTC took to Twitter to say, "Customers wishing to travel into the downtown core can utilize the Yonge line to avoid demonstrations at St. George Station and Queen's Park Station on the University line."\nOf all days, today is the day they decide to do escalator maintenance at Queen’s Park Station. #TTC #ClimateStrikeToronto pic.twitter.com/FV6LRUmhPN— Tawnya (@frugalistamom) September 27, 2019\nSome users took to Twitter to complain about how backed up Queen Station subway station was, one even complaining about the slow-moving crowd, due to escalator maintenance.\n"Of all days, today is the day they decide to do escalator maintenance at Queen's Park station."\nHowever, it seemed that the streetcars are facing the most problems throughout the day.\nMany users took to Twitter to complain about full streetcars throughout the downcore, full of protestors all holding their signs for the Climate Strike.\nOne user even recalled their experience, stating, "The streetcars are already too packed for us to get on."\nThe streetcars are already too packed for us to get on. #climatestriketoronto pic.twitter.com/qvJvakCzGT— Sahar Fatima (@sahar_fatima) September 27, 2019\n“This isn’t going to work,” Sophie says. “We’re going to make it work,” Arianna says. We made it on. Hanging on for dear life. #climatestriketoronto pic.twitter.com/qk4a2qlXyJ— Sahar Fatima (@sahar_fatima) September 27, 2019\nQueen Streetcars packed with students heading to #climatestriketoronto pic.twitter.com/F2CmGDRbRW— Rosie (@modica34) September 27, 2019\nWhile transit throughout Toronto was packed this morning, it's sure to be pretty busy for those attempting to commute home tonight, as people start to pack up their signs and head home after a long day of protesting.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.