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Brad Ross

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Toronto Transit Commission

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Toronto Transit Commission

1900 Yonge Street

Toronto, Ontario,M4S 1Z2

Canada

Company Description

The TTC continued to make an operating profit until 1972 when, under political pressure from the suburban majority on council, the TTC eliminated its fare zone system which previously obliged suburban residents to pay an additional fare. By the late 1980s, the...more

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Employment History

Pre-Production Director

The Topps Company , Inc.


Manager of Media Relations and Issues Management

City of Toronto


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Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) To Implement Random Drug Testing - DATAC

datac.ca [cached]

"We're seeing increased instances of positive test results for both drugs and alcohol and that's not acceptable," spokesman Ross said.
"We need to ensure we have a safe transit system." In 2010 the TTC began using drug and alcohol testing in situations where there was reasonable cause to suspect impairment, if an employee was involved in an accident, or when an employee was returning to work after being treated for an addiction issue. At that time, the random programme was rejected by the union and the arbitration began. However, since the number of incidents involving drugs and alcohol was on the rise, the TTC decided to move ahead with securing funding for the random programme. TTC spokesman Brad Ross said 15 employees failed drug and alcohol tests in 2014 and 57 in 2015. This upward trend looks to be continuing in 2016 with 28 failed tests already just in the first three months.


Toronto TTC Testing Update - DATAC

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The first driver/operator to test positive for drugs occurred the week of June 17th, however, the TTC spokesperson, Brad Ross, would not comment as to which substance was detected.
With over 300 workers having undergone testing at this point, which resulted in eight positives tests, the positive rate is currently less than three percent which is almost double that of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) average. Ross stated that the positive results justify the TTC's random testing policy;


August | 2016 | Saved Threaded Fakeologist Chat

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Toronto Transit Commission spokesman Brad Ross said a passenger spotted the girl at around 3:30 a.m., and notified the bus driver.
The driver then called police, who met the bus near Yonge and Adelaide Sts. to retrieve the girl. She is believed to be 9 years old.


TTC Still Has 'Big Ticket Items' to Address When it Comes to Accessibility

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TTC spokesman Brad Ross said the agency will meet the deadline set by the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) to make the entire system accessible by 2025.
Ross said the new Wheel-Trans system won't put any passengers at risk. "We will not put customers in a situation where their trip involves a station or mode that is not accessible," he said.


Shuttle buses replace Queen streetcar in part of west end for rest of 2017 - ATU 113

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TTC spokesperson Brad Ross said Monday the city will be doing bridge repairs on the Queensway and the TTC will use the closure to repair tracks and overhead wires.
Ross said buses will also bypass the Humber Loop while improvements are being made there. "We are going to rebuild that ... new track, upgrade the building, make the loop itself accessible for the new streetcar," he said. Ross acknowledged that streetcars were also diverted on Queen Street between Bathurst Street and Spadina Avenue from May until December for water main work. "We do everything we can to minimize the disruption and the inconvenience but this is critical work that the city needs to do," he said.


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