About Corso Italia

As its name proudly proclaims, Italian is the pronounced atmosphere of this lively neighbourhood. Corso Italia stretches along St. Clair Avenue West from just east of Dufferin to just beyond Lansdowne. Its many smart shops offering an impressive selection of European-styled high-fashion merchandise and its delightful restaurants featuring a tempting array of regional delicacies make it the place to go when you're in the mood for something with an Italian flavour.

About Regal Heights Village

Situated on St. Clair Avenue West between Dufferin and Oakwood, Regal Heights Village is centred on the headwaters of Garrison Creek, with the neighbourhood of Regal Heights to the south and the historic St Clare Church and Oakwood Collegiate at either end. 

The main street, with its iconic streetcars, boasts a number of unique shops and restaurants as well as a renowned ballet school and an innovative neighbourhood gallery. With interesting turn-of-the-century architecture, it has also been the location for a number of film productions. 

About Wychwood Heights

Wychwood Heights is truly located in the heart of Toronto's multiculturalism heritage and the arts. Wychwood Heights is nestled in the greater Wychwood area, which is steeped in a history rich in arts and culture. It sits in an enclave surrounded by Cedarvale ravine, Casa Loma, The Toll Keepers Cottage and the ground breaking Wychwood Barns - a complex of live work art space.

Regal Heights Village BIA launches a TTC petition

In response to the TTC announcement to end the 2 hour time based transfer along St. Clair Avenue, the Regal Heights BIA has launched an online petition to overturn this decision. They say:

The Regal Height Village Business Improvement Area is strongly against the discontinuation of this service as it has not only been a benefit to the businesses along St. Clair Avenue West, but a huge benefit to the community at large. With the loss of this program, there is the potential for a decline in business and activity in our area.

TTC announces changes to 512 St Clair streetcar service

With the introduction of new accessible and air-conditioned low-floor streetcars to its 512 St Clair route on Sept. 3, the TTC has announced it will eliminate the two-hour time-based transfers on the route.  According to the TTC, operators on the new streetcars cannot issue paper transfers to customers.

As with all other TTC routes, fares are valid for one continuous trip. Customers will be required to pay again if they choose to end their journey along the route for any length of time.