Should return the green bulleye light on the Flexity streetcars.
TTC buses (and streetcars) have front upper corner blue lights to indicate that they are accessible Why are still lit when they are "OUT OF SERVICE" or "TRAINING BUS"? .How about adding a "green bulleye light" on "EXPRESS" buses (and streetcars and light rail vehicles)? So people can see the "express" bulleye from a distance.
Cause Torontonians don't pay Ford enough taxes and less likely to vote for PCs. More 905ers are loyal to PCs.Remember that Doug Ford loathes the TTC, and the peasants who take public transit in general. It shows...
From the Ontario Budget, at this link page 77.
Putting Money Back in Your PocketReducing transit costs and helping you save at the gas pump are some of the ways Ontario isputting more money back in your pocket.Making It Easier and More Affordable to Take TransitAs Ontario families continue to look at managing costs, the government is helping put more moneyin their pockets with affordable transit options. The government has made it more affordable,easier and more convenient for families and workers to travel across the Greater Golden Horseshoeby eliminating double fares for most local transit when using GO Transit services. This means thatafter riders pay their fare for a GO bus or train, they do not pay again when accessing most localtransit services in the Greater Golden Horseshoe. The government has also increased PRESTOdiscounts for youth and postsecondary students and continues to provide more riders with moreoptions and convenient ways to pay.This GO Transit co‐fare discount applies to the following transit systems: Durham Region Transit,Milton Transit, Grand River Transit, Guelph Transit, Oakville Transit, MiWay (Mississauga Transit),Brampton Transit, Hamilton Street Railway, Burlington Transit, Bradford West Gwillimbury Transit,York Region Transit and Barrie Transit. The government is working to expand this initiative tosupport more people using public transit to come into Toronto.Reducing Transit CostsJohn lives in Pickering and takes the GO train to his office in downtown Toronto, five days aweek. He takes a Durham Region Transit bus to get to the Pickering GO Station, where hetakes the Lakeshore East Line to Union Station. John is now paying only for his GO train fare,saving about $29 a week and putting over $1,400 a year back in his pocket.Leah travels from Burlington to Sheridan College in Mississauga, three times a week toattend classes. To get to her classes, Leah takes GO Transit and Burlington Transit. Nowthat her fare for Burlington Transit is free when she takes the GO bus, she is saving over$70 every month.
Nothing about border crossing with the TTC.
Keep in mind though that the TTC is orders of magnitude largers than any of the other systems.
Can you imagine the state of the TTC if the monthly pass was $20?
Sure we can make transit cheaper but then again we also make 15 min frequencies on Line 2, mothball the SSE and close Line 4.
All airports I have been too offer free transit to/from parking garage/lots to the terminal. Pearson shuttle buses for parking lots charge a fare.