Posts Filed Under: Presto
Keesmaat’s Next Venture, Shitty Architecture Men, Mod Squad, Presto Problemo, Bench Press, and more in this debut edition.
To live in a modern city is to live in a state of near-constant surveillance, unequally applied across vectors of race and class.
Price fairness must be part of discussions on integration between TTC and GO Transit.
Nominated for: being a major headache.
Turning commuters into all-purpose riders is the brass ring.
An easier—and better!—solution would be to adopt two-hour transfers.
Until 2017, discounted fares will only be available at Davisville station.
Here's how they did it.
Everything you wanted to know about PRESTO, Toronto's green transit smart cards.
The smart-card system will be hitting all streetcars—even the old ones—by the end of 2015.
Card readers will be installed on the 510 route's new TTC streetcars by the end of this month.
What the agency does, who runs it, and what it means for transit in Toronto.
Stop hoarding those tokens. Mobile transit ticketing is coming.
Well if it isn't Thursday again. In the news: Potential movement (for real, though) on the Scarborough subway extension, experts say Canadian cities like ours probably need to upgrade their storm systems, Wheel-Trans was watching you (in a bad way) but now they're not, and GO Transit is giving $100 in Presto money to some of its passengers stranded on a train Monday.
You give plenty to the TTC. What if the TTC gave back?