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Brad Ross
TTC Executive Director of Corporate Communications. Follow for questions or for service updates.
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Brad Ross Jan 12
Off the grid for the next week or so. For all customer service concerns, please connect with . For service updates, follow . Stay warm or dry or whatever it is the weather decides to do.
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Brad Ross Jan 12
The puns are endless... certainly, the film makes for a great diversion from the daily grind, and transit does get more then just a token mention, so, there's that. Was fun, Barry... thanks for letting me play!
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Brad Ross Jan 12
Replying to @plgllp
Thanks... fwd'd to appropriate dept for addressing
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Brad Ross Jan 12
Replying to @jonfavs
Best to go grab a “coffee”
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Brad Ross Jan 11
Replying to @normwilner
Thanks Norm! I was in my favourite seat whenever I can score it - aisle, front row where railing is. Was out fairly quickly to chat with Barry, then back to the office!
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Brad Ross Jan 11
Asking to assist.
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Brad Ross Jan 11
Replying to @kargor
Only when Liam Neeson types ride :)
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Brad Ross Jan 11
Replying to @adixonhouse
Thank you!
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Brad Ross Jan 11
Replying to @porterthereport
Thanks Catherine!
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Brad Ross Jan 11
Replying to @thebobert @TTChelps
I can’t but might be able to
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Brad Ross Jan 11
Will ask to look into this.
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Brad Ross Jan 11
Replying to @RichardCrouse
Thanks Richard!
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Brad Ross Jan 11
This was a ton of fun.
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Brad Ross Jan 11
Replying to @hanz8669 @TTChelps
Thanks Alexander. Disappointing. I’m heartened that the vast majority of our employees do acknowledge customers politely and courteously. Perhaps this operator was having an off morning.
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Brad Ross Jan 11
Replying to @HamuLoren
Happy to help!
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Brad Ross Jan 10
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Brad Ross Jan 10
Replying to @hbagsh @SwanBoatSteve
None of the old cars do well in extreme cold. Many have been in the garage being repaired, then sent back out like an aging winger nearing the end of his career.
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Brad Ross Jan 10
The trains are still in very good shape, AC issues of 2016 that were addressed notwithstanding.
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Brad Ross Jan 9
Replying to @andrew_everton
If being held at any station, for any reason, we hold with doors open should someone wish to board while we are holding there.
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Brad Ross Jan 9
Replying to @ajmugford
Hi there - we're at least 10 years from a new fleet on Line 2. An entire modernization plan for the line is being drafted that includes new trains. Today, Line 1 requires the added capacity the new trains provide, plus with ATC, they'll be needed exclusively on the line
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