Oh gosh, do they have the "Short-Turn" announcement going the whole time southbound? Can't say I'd noticed (though I seldom go further than Harbord - perhaps I keep getting Union cars ...)Or 510 Spadina and King, basically anything that isn't a normal route or loop that a car would take in service on a particular route.
TheThey don't really use it as much anymore it's mainly now for cars that are heading back to Lesslie for the end of the day.Oh gosh, do they have the "Short-Turn" announcement going the whole time southbound? Can't say I'd noticed (though I seldom go further than Harbord - perhaps I keep getting Union cars ...)
Any idea why the short-turn location is only announced on the outside of the car, instead of the inside?These are programmed into the system, so any destination that's not a regularly scheduled terminus (construction service notwithstanding), it would pop up as a short turn.
Given this an election year, no one wants this item on their watch to lose an election. Then, there is no funds at hand to place a tender, but thats a cop out.Typical City of Toronto procedures took place today; defer, delay, and stall until the sun don't shine. This time, the TTC board has deferred to make a decision on procuring more streetcars until early 2019: