And now a little history of that TTC map that you merged into your online mapping.
Up until 1981, it looked like the first image below. Just your basic pen-and-ink "stick map". TTC approached the design firm of Burns & Cooper (which was co-founded by Allan Fleming, one of the luminaries of Canadian design history) to create a new "Ride Guide" with a redesigned map.
Being top designers, they knew better than to try doing the map themselves! They called on MapArt (now Mapmobility), who turned it over to me. The result was the 1982 version you see in the second image below.
To do this, we had to "scavenge" the scribecoats and film knockouts of the detailed Toronto street map, and spend lots of time doing darkroom work, not to mention scribing the transit routes. The look of the map was similar to the Manhattan bus maps designed by John Tauranac in the late 70s.
Fast forward to the late 90s. The map was digitally redrawn (FreeHand!) by Mapmobility, and extended to include other municipalities of the Greater Toronto Area. More colours and icons were added. This ultimately morphed into the map that Keiran and Kevin have skillfully massaged into an excellent online resource!