In the original map this person used the TTC logo and color scheme. It looked very much like a real map aside from the station names.they don't want to appear to be linked to its production.
So true. No more ads about TTC heroes, please! It seems like such a pointless campaign.TTC needs a complete overhaul of its head office.
I think the people in there just have no vision anymore. They gotta move up with the times, or go do something else.
And that goes right from planning, down to marketing.
And when a group like SOS uses a map like this (should the TTC have ignored the version with official logos and colours) as a defense for publishing their own anti-Transit material using official TTC colours and logos, you might think otherwise.But I think the "net benefit" of goodwill and fandom the subway map created must outweigh whatever trouble some complaining nut might cause.
Meet Rob, TTC Bus Driver
One day as a group of thugs were picking on this young boy at a bus shelter, i pulled up and opened the door. As the boy raced up the stairs to get away from these thugs, i immediately stopped the boy because he didn't have exact change. So a boot to the face i gave him. As he fell down the stairs back to the sidewalk, i felt proud doing my job as a ttc employee. As i drove away i took a second to look in my rear view mirrors. The thugs were kicking and beating this boy at the bus shelter.
I love my job.
:rollin Those are a hoot!Meet Rick and Kevin
One day Kev and I were patrolling Christie station in our brand new plainclothes gear. We're hired to keep an eye on things in addition to the uniformed men. It was a quiet day. Too quiet by half. So we arrested some guy for loitering and resisting arrest. Man was he one pissed off, non-English speaking, new Canadian.
We love our jobs.