Open Data Gallery
Here is a list of creations that make use of City of Toronto Open Data. These include citizen-powered web and mobile applications, as well as data visualizations.
Have you used our data for research, advocacy, visualizations, or apps? Let us know, we’re interested in hearing your story. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to share your creations with us.
Provides 50 closest child care centres to a given location using GPS, with speed dial links, of 928 centres total.
City Guide becomes your virtual tour guide that helps you plan a walking tour, discover what is around you, and read you all the histories and facts about Toronto. The app uses Augmented Reality to help you navigate and locate places of interest.
Use accessible municipal data on culture, city services and economics and map them to a mobile map of your city. Free for all on the Google Maps platform.
Cycle Now is a free and easy-to-use app dedicated to improving your bike share experience. Using the trip planner, it’ll instantly find the closest bike stations to you and your destination so you don’t waste time looking for a bike or parking spot.
Health inspection history for restaurants in Toronto
Mr. Bin is a household helper to find your trash pickup schedules, garbage pickup schedules, curbside trash pick up and more.
Recycle Wizard helps you figure out how to dispose of waste responsibly using image recognition.
Real-time next TTC bus or streetcar arrival.
Create and submit 311 Toronto service requests.
Up-to-date information about water quality at Toronto Beaches”
Track your rides with GPS and help the City improve current cycling infrastructure and plan for future cycling investment!
Searchable current and upcoming city events and festivals.
Use Toronto Events & Festivals to search by ‘what’, ‘where’ and ‘when’.
Find events in Toronto including art exhibits, theatre and music performances, family events and celebrations.
Pickup schedule, reminders and searchable item database.
Wherever you are, just pull Transit out of your pocket and quickly see next departures for all public transit routes near you. Works in over 50 cities across North America and Europe with many more on the way.
Transit Now provides TTC riders with real-time bus & streetcar tracking features like vehicle arrival notifications and service alerts so that no ride is ever missed again! You can even share your expected arrival with your friends.
Budgetpedia is a tool to support informed debate about the Toronto budget. Specifically, provide tools for activists to facilitate insight into the Toronto budget contents, provide ready access to annual budget process information, and more.
A game to correctly name Toronto’s 140 neighbourhoods.
It’s a simple website made to explore the open data of Toronto.
New features are planned to be added often.
Toronto solid waste pick up schedules for Google, iCal, Outlook and Yahoo calendars.
Transnomis Solutions Inc.
Map of Toronto showing weather, traffic, traffic cameras, bus locations, road construction and restrictions and special events.
Per address representations of when parking tickets are issued within Toronto.
Database of Canadian elected officials.
Using the TTC’s real-time data to provide users with up-to-the-minute information on transit arrival.
Toronto Public Space Initiative
A tool for monitoring issues and actions in the City of Toronto government.
Locations, links, hours and phone numbers for all branches of the Toronto Public Library.
Searchable map showing locations and types of city street trees.
Maps and ratings of Toronto streets measuring walkability factors such as road safety, navigation, sidewalks, ambiance
Find out how best to use and dispose of unwanted items. Share tips and events with others.
City of Toronto
A map-based tool that helps evaluate community wellbeing across Toronto’s neighbourhoods.
Canadian property information including property boundaries for the City of Toronto
Toronto City Wards and Councillors Dashboard
Toronto Emergency Medical Services [EMS] station locations
Noise, damaged green bins, and furniture missed during garbage pick up are some of the things Torontonians reported in 2014.