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A public transit advocacy group that gives transit riders a voice. We're transit users who want better public transit in Toronto. Not affiliated with .
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Beach - East York Neighbourhood Voice Jun 21
OPINION: What Doug Ford means for transit riders in Toronto |
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Joe Mihevc Jun 22
Here we go again: "subway, subway, subway" versus good data-driven transit planning
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Rudayna Jun 21
Replying to @Rudayna_B
Here are some of the signs at the entrance/exit of the meeting from the councillor
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Mike Layton Jun 21
For an entertaining recap of events at tonight’s Finch LRT public meeting, check out
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Colin D'Mello CTV Jun 21
Today, in an off the cuff response, Premier-Designate told reporters his gov’t wants to build subways to Pickering and Markham. No timeline, costing or details.
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Bosco Tung Jun 21
Should be a surprise to no one in Toronto, but our commuting issues are the worst in North America..and 6th worst globally. Believe us when commuters are outraged, and beg for change.
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TTCriders Jun 21
Transit riders aren't surprised by the low ranking! Our commutes are long, unreliable and unaffordable because the has been underfunded for years. Will commit to fairly funding the TTC?
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Fight Back w/ Libby Jun 21
The City of has been ranked among the 10 worst cities in the world by speaks w advocacy group & & we want to hear from you! Call in 416-360-0740 or 1-866-740-4740
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Free Transit Toronto Jun 21
Join us for the Toronto book launch of "Free Public Transit and Why We Don't Pay to Ride Elevators! 1/n
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JFAAP Jun 21
Important meeting to attend. has had the support of many community residents and organizations. If it gets cancelled nothing else will replace it for a very longtime if not ever.
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Ben Spurr Jun 20
Councillor to revive push to cancel Finch West LRT at community meeting
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TTCriders Jun 20
Who's coming to the Finch West LRT meeting tomorrow night? 7-9pm at St. Basil-the-Great College, 20 Starview Lane
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Sean Marshall Jun 19
A certain city councillor - who shall remain nameless - has completely co-opted a Metrolinx community consultation meeting on a local transit project that's already underway.
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Lyba Spring Jun 19
I hope there will be a Riders presence there. the more the merrier. Or angrier.
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Steve Munro Jun 16
“New service and capacity is being used as fast as we can get it out there, ... Ridership growth like this proves there’s a great deal of latent demand for transit and we are working to satisfy it.”
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Kumsa Baker Jun 19
Congrats to the local community leaders of Rexdale who were recognized as Community Benefits Champions at this evening's Annual AGM. Some leaders have been engaged for over 12 years advocating for local hiring and community voice at the table
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$15 & Fairness! Jun 19
Packed packed packed organizing meeting tonight, following Saturday’s Rally. Over 70 people are here, in addition to countless others gathering in . More local meetings are coming up - JOIN ONE NEAR YOU:
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TTCriders Jun 19
Bill Kelly: Lower gasoline prices come with a price, and will mean less gas tax revenue flowing to infrastructure and transit
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Cycle Toronto Jun 19
Enough already: we're proud to be working with to push Mayoral and Council candidates to commit to
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Ben Spurr Jun 17
Senior Metrolinx figures privately expressed serious doubts about the province’s unexpected proposal to study hydrogen trains for the GO network, with one board member describing it as ‘madness’
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