As of Monday, TTC riders can board all streetcars using the rear doors with a valid proof of payment. This is a move to speed up boarding times and reduce stop times for customers.
The TTC has decided to sue Bombardier for $50 million dollars in damages after delays in delivering new streetcars.
Bombardier’s future with the Toronto Transit Commission is under serious threat after the city’s latest streetcar delays. The company is facing the serious risk of being banned from bidding on the TTC’s future contracts, a decision which will be made at a board meeting on Oct. 28, according to an official statement by the TTC on Oct. 16.
This weekend will be a full one, as Torontonians and tourists alike will get the chance to sample a variety of different ethnic foods, on one of the world’s longest surface routes.
A candidate in the Toronto-Danforth municipal riding says Toronto should reconsider its plan to emphasize streetcars as part of Transit City. Mark Dewdney, who’s running for the council seat in Ward 30, raised the issue…
The TTC cannot determine why a handful of streetcars have left the tracks while turning right from Queen Street onto Broadview Avenue. That includes a derailment that occurred Monday evening.