In fairness....Of course not, hence the snarky tone of my inquiry. They're perfectly content to just let it crumble. Maybe at some point, if they feel like it, they'll set up a tarp so that future riders won't have to endure the indignity of being rained on while waiting for their bus.
The condition of Islington is an embarrassment to this city. The TTC can't be bothered to even occasionally wash the walls at platform level. Disgusting levels of apathy abound. The new CEO doesn't give two shits.
Islington Station would have been done sooner (and possibly by now) if the original redevelopment plan for a commercial tower on the property hadn't failed. I don't think that we can pin that one on the TTC.
As well, they can't close down the bus bays until Mississauga Transit gets its new terminal. Sure, it could be argued that it should have happened already, but as we all know, nothing fast happens transit-wise in this City.
Yes there is a plan in place, and yes, there's even a schedule for it to happen. But until the MT buses are able to serve Kipling Station they can't be moved out, and thus the bus terminal - in its current, horrid state - needs to keep pressing on in service.
All that said - I can't help but agree with you about the current CEO. I didn't like him at YRT, and I certainly don't like him at the TTC.