The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) has begun installing signs and maps indicating the renaming of Downsview subway station as Sheppard West. The change is being made to avoid confusion with the new Downsview Park station, set to open later this year.
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) recently transformed its Bathurst subway station overnight with the installation of temporary, hand-painted signage commemorating Honest Ed’s, an iconic local discount retail outlet that is set to close by the end of this year.
Pattison Outdoor is promoting the new TV series Stranger Things with Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) subway station pillar wraps featuring telephones that ring every three minutes with frightening messages for passersby.
The Sports Network (TSN) is currently dominating the Toronto Transit Commission’s (TTC’s) Yonge-Bloor subway station with an out-of-home (OOH) advertising campaign highlighting the cable channel’s current and upcoming championship games.
Pattison Outdoor Advertising recently installed the first promotional wrap on one of the Toronto Transit Commission’s (TTC’s) new, longer and more accessible ‘Flexity’ streetcars. The nearly 30-m (100-ft) long graphics advertise Volvo Canada’s XC90 truck.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) recently used Astral Out of Home’s digital posters in Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) shelters to introduce the TV series Jekyll and Hyde to viewers in an interactive way.
Pattison Outdoor Advertising’s digital out-of-home (DOOH) division, Onestop, has unveiled a nine-panel video matrix wall at Toronto’s Union Station, the busiest multi-modal passenger transportation hub in Canada.
Pattison Outdoor Advertising recently displayed 60 murals painted by children and youth at 31 Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) subway stations as the city hosted the 2016 National Basketball Association (NBA) All-Star Weekend.
This month, Astral Out of Home is launching its TSA Interactive network in Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) shelters, bringing audio, video and interactivity together in a new static and digital poster format.
More than six years in the planning, the installation of new wayfinding signs in Toronto’s iconic Union Station—Canada’s busiest transportation hub, with an average of more than 250,000 people passing through every day—finally began this summer.