Watch Andy Byford talk about the lesser-known features of Toronto’s new streetcars
With only a little more than a week to go before the first of the TTC’s next-generation streetcars goes into service on Spadina Avenue, it’s natural to be a little curious about what’s in store. There are many important questions: How do the doors work, and what if you’re in a wheelchair or have difficulty climbing stairs? What’s the deal with air conditioning? How many different kinds of flashing lights will there be? What new buttons do we get to push? As the latest in its series of surprisingly enjoyable propaganda videos, the TTC has put together a brief explainer of all that and more. Let the soothing sound of TTC CEO Andy Byford’s British accent carry you away to a land where riding surface rail is more reliably enjoyable.
5 thoughts on “Watch Andy Byford talk about the lesser-known features of Toronto’s new streetcars”
Thanks for that. We’re all really impressed with you.
Awesome new cars. Now TTC should focus on making it easier for customer to pay the fare. No more tokens or tickets and allowing for payment with credit cards.
These are great streetcars! Very comfortable, beautiful big windows, a/c will be nice come next summer – well done, TTC!
Quit looking in the mirror! Dumb shit!
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