The service currently uses two trains of six cars each, built by DCC Doppelmayr Cable Car GmbH. They use a drive and tension system. Each train has capacity for 150 passengers with baggage or 2,180 passengers per hour per direction The 4,751 ft (1,473 m) elevated system has a travel time of three minutes one way. If ridership increases beyond the present capabilities of the system, additional capacity could be added in several ways: the stations have been built to accommodate seven-car trains, which would increase capacity to 175 passengers per train (2,500 a second station could be built in Terminal 1, and the system could be converted from the current cable technology to self-propelled technology.
Horton Automatics Solution for Toronto
For this APM system, Horton provided a highly-customized stainless steel platform screen door system consisting of 36 type SO-X-X-SO doors. Horton also supplied, installed and commissioned a similar platform screen door system for the Mexico City International Airport APM.