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The TTC carries over 1.5 million riders a day, so chances are you are one of them. Chances are also very good that you have strong opinions about Toronto’s transit system and how it can be made better.

No one from City Hall or the TTC has ever asked you what should be done to improve TTC service, right? Well, we’re asking because we know our riders are frustrated with declining service levels, rising fares, cutbacks and crowding. You deserve a voice in the future of the TTC. Your feedback will be part of our ongoing project of analyzing the strengths and shortcomings of the TTC and making recommendations for its improvement.

So tell us what: What would be your top 3 ideas for TTC improvement? Where should the money come from? We’ll be publishing your thoughts on this site and ensuring that they are sent to the Mayor, City Councillors, and the TTC.

 

 

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