Toronto Transit Camp - an unconvention to improve The Better Way

Toronto Transit Camp is a limited-attendance one-day summit on the best way to reform Toronto's public transit system. It appears to have been organized independently of the Toronto Transit Authority, and will be run like BarCamp and other "unconventions," where the attendees suggest and mount their own programming items.

An ad-hoc gathering at the Gladstone Hotel of designers, transit geeks, bloggers, visual artists, tech geeks and cultural creators passionate about transit in Toronto and the TTC. It is a platform for Toronto's talented design community and enthusiastic transit users and fans to demonstrate their creativity and contribute to a better way for Toronto's transit system. The content and ideas generated in this open unconference will be delivered to the TTC for their consideration in their work.

Date: Sunday, February 4th
Time: 9:30am to 5:00pm
Location: Gladstone Hotel, 1214 Queen Street West, Toronto
Attendance: Maximum attendance - 100
Cost: FREE for participants!
Registration: See our page on the registration process.


(Thanks, Gnomon!)

Update: Check out Steph's awesome explanded TTC map -- fantasy-league subway stations!