“We are not delivering the quality or the quantity of service we know we should be delivering out here. We know that. But we don’t get to decide how much we deliver how often. That’s not our decision. It’s a political decision.”
—An unnamed TTC streetcar driver, talking to the Post about some of the not-so-great aspects of his job. On the upside, he says he makes $90,000 a year.
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