GIRO, a world-leading provider of integrated software solutions for public transport planning and operations, is proud to announce that it has partnered with the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), which has selected GIRO’s HASTUS software as part of its plans to upgrade its applications. 

Following a thorough tendering process, the operator of North America’s third-largest transit system chose GIRO’s HASTUS solution to increase operational efficiency as well as enhance the employee experience. GIRO’s software brings TTC its distinctive flexibility and performance, as well as the industry expertise of GIRO’s teams. 

"Working with an organization that operates as a partner and can support us in the process of upgrading our applications was of the utmost importance to the TTC." noted Asif Patel, Senior Director – Solutions Delivery, TTC. “We’re delighted to be partnering with GIRO and to be adopting HASTUS, a software package that delivers integrated and flexible solutions.”  

Francis Demers, Senior Director – Australia and Canada, GIRO, added: “We’re proud to join forces with the TTC, a flagship organization and a model in North America and around the world. Once again, an important factor was our teams’ abilities and leading-edge expertise when it comes to implementing innovative technology solutions for public transit in major cities across the globe.” 

This new agreement with TTC consolidates GIRO’s leadership position as a partner to major public transit systems in North America. HASTUS is relied on by LA Metro in Los Angeles, Vancouver’s TransLink, the Chicago Transit Authority, the STM in Montréal and WMATA in Washington, DC, among others. 


About the TTC 

The Toronto Transit Commission has a rich history dating back to 1921. Since that time, the TTC has grown to become North America’s third-largest transit system, providing 1.7 million customer journeys every workday, or around 540 million rides per year. The TTC has a proud record for providing safe, reliable transit. Operating across five distinct modes of transportation, the TTC has developed a reputation for excellence in the integration of those modes through well-proven design. A full-service operator, the TTC is capable of undertaking virtually every activity in-house via our 17,000 dedicated and professional employees. 

Toronto’s transit system should match the experience of living in such a city: a high quality, accessible network that understands what our customers need and delivers what matters most to them. The TTC is committed to delivering a world-class transit system. 

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