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TTC, TTCRiders host next "Transit Talk",
September 18

You can join the TTC and passenger advocacy group, TTCRiders, at the next “Transit Talk” event, Wednesday, September 18 at Metro Hall. Share your thoughts and opinions about public transit in Toronto with the TTC’s Chief Customer Officer, Chris Upfold.

TTCriders has been holding talks in each corner of the city, focusing on service issues to give Toronto’s public transit riders a voice.

This Transit Talk is an opportunity to discuss and come up with a plan to increase funding to the TTC. If you were chair of the Toronto Transit Commission or the chief executive officere of the TTC, what would you spend new money on? How would you improve service? As a rider, you know what needs fixing, so why not speak up? Upfold and other TTC staff will be in attendance to help discuss these issues and come up with ideas.

The event takes place:

Wednesday, September 18,
from 7 until 9 p.m.
Metro Hall, 55 John Street,
Room 309.

You must register for this event, but you can do so for free at TTCRiders.

The event is accessible.

If you can’t attend, e-mail TTCriders your questions before the event to with the subject line: “TransitTalk”.

You can also participate on-line, using Twitter. Use the hashtag #TransitTalk

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Getting there by public transit:

  • TTC streetcars operating along the 504 King or 508 Lake Shore routes to King Street West and John Streets. Metro Hall is on the southeast corner.
  • TTC subway trains operating along the 1 Yonge - University - Spadina line to St. Andrew Station. Walk three blocks west or transfer to westbound streetcars operating along the 504 King or 508 Lake Shore routes.