Autumn is the best season when you live in Toronto, from all the trees changing colours in the city's parks to the energy that bleeds from the city streets in the fall air.\nBut with the change of seasons comes a change in projects for the city, including Toronto's transit system. While construction season is coming to a close, the TTC has some changes coming in October that will actually cause some major improvement.\nREAD ALSO: What It’s Really Like To Live In The Notorious “Worst Lodge” Apartments In Toronto\n@ttcinstaembedded via\nLuckily for commuters, this autumn the upgrades coming to the TTC will actually benefit those of us who the streetcar and subway to get to work or school every day. There will be changes made to bus routes, subways, and streetcar routes to make the city's transit service run more efficiently.\nREAD ALSO: The TTC’s Newest Upgrades Will Make Them As Efficient And Speedy As The Trains Running In Japan\nIt doesn't matter where you live in the city either, because changes are going to be made to specific routes and across the transit system as a whole, meaning that everyone will feel the effects of the October shift.\n@ttcinstaembedded via\nNo matter what, the new changes are going to help get Torontonians where they need to be and will (hopefully) take them less time!\nREAD ALSO: A Definitive Ranking Of The Oddest Animal Appearances On The TTC In Toronto\nHere's everything you need to know about the changes coming to the TTC this October:\n@ttcinstaembedded via\nExpress Bus Routes - Changes Implemented October 7, 2018\nAs of October 7, there will be big changes coming to bus routes across Toronto. A new express service will pick up the pace for commuters to get them wherever they need to go in less time than ever.\nThe Express Bus Routes are the following:\n929 Dufferin Express - express route for the regular 29 Dufferin bus. \n952 Lawrence Express - express route for the regular 52 Lawrence West bus.\n989 Weston Express - express route for the regular 89 Weston bus. \n924 Victoria Park Express - formerly the 24E Victoria Park bus. \n925 Don Mills Express - formerly the 185 Don Mills Rocket bus.\n@ttcinstaembedded via\nSubway Service Upgrades - Changes as of October 1, 2018.\nWhile express routes will help reduce bunching on the Toronto streets, the TTC is also implementing changes underground so that the rails will be moving as quickly as ever.\nThe three changes being made on the subway regards Line 1 are:\nIncreased service headed northbound in the evening north of Sheppard West Station (previously Downsview) between 9:00 PM and 1:00 AM. \nInfrastructure improvements so more trains can move in and out of Wilson Yard to help reduce delays. \nAn additional run-as-directed to join two that were added in the spring of 2018 to help reduce gaps during peak periods.\n@jasonparisembedded via\nKing St. Streetcar Routes - Changes as of October 7, 2018.\nIf you're a regular rider of the streetcars on King Street the change in the 504 and 514 routes may have you confused. Don't worry though, while the routing is actually remaining the exact same, there will be two alternative 504 streetcars.\n514 Cherry streetcars will officially be discontinued.\nInstead, there will be the 504A from Dundas West Station to Distillery and 504B from Broadview Station to Dufferin Gate.\email@example.com via\nAdditional Bus Improvements - Changes as of October 1, 2017\nThe new express routes will surely get Torontonians where they need to be in less time than ever but there are additional changes to select bus routes for the best transit time yet. Independent routes can expect more service to get from point A to point B with ease.\nChanges will be made to the following TTC bus routes:\n11 Bayview - this route is having it's transit time revised to improve reliability, as well as increased service during weekday peak hours.\n54 Lawrence East - this route will have increased service on Saturday afternoons. \n63 Ossington - this route will have increased service on Saturday evenings.\n95 York Mills - this route will have increased service during Saturday daytime period and early evening. \n102 Markham Rd - this route will have increased service on Saturday afternoons. \n109 Ranee - this route will have increased service during weekday peak periods.\n112 West Mall - this route will have increased service at midday on weekdays. \n129 McCowan North - this route will have transit times revised to improve reliability, as well as increased service on Saturday mornings. \n131 Nugget - this route will have increased service times on Saturday afternoons. \n12 Kingston Rd - this is a new route that will be operating on weekdays as part of a pilot project.