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Mr. Brad Ross

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Toronto Transit Commission
1900 Yonge Street
Toronto, Ontario M4S 1Z2

Company Description: The Toronto Transit Commission ( is the public transportation provider in the city of Toronto. Ontira Communications ( has...   more

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TTC spokesperson Brad Ross ..., 25 Aug 2014 [cached]
TTC spokesperson Brad Ross said the matter was taken extremely seriously. He called the comments against Israel "repugnant" and stressed that they don't represent the views of the TTC. He maintained, however, that the commission has taken "appropriate disciplinary action," but "what that discipline is, is something we won't discuss."
Neither will the commission disclose the name of the employee or his role at the transit service, he said.
"We are careful about what we say publicly, because matters of discipline are typically grieved by the union and can go to arbitration," Ross said. "An arbitrator could rule against us, and that ruling could be because of comments an employer made publicly that may have prejudiced a particular decision on a case... and there are also privacy rights we need to respect."
Ross said disciplinary cases are dealt with individually and factors such as an employee's length of service, history and employment record go into any decision.
Last summer, information came to our ..., 11 June 2014 [cached]
Last summer, information came to our attention that allowed investigators to look into this further, said TTC spokesman Brad Ross, who did not rule out the possibility of further charges in the ongoing investigation.
Although the TTC instigated a new integrity program last summer to encourage staff to report suspicions of wrongdoing, it will develop a robust code of ethics and whistleblower policy by fall ensuring employees can report wrongdoing with no fear of reprisal, said Ross.
This sends a very strong message to everybody you will get caught. The public deserves to know the TTC does take this very seriously and the action we have announced today demonstrates that, he said.
On Tuesday morning, Webster's inner ..., 17 April 2014 [cached]
On Tuesday morning, Webster's inner circle, including Rodo, TTC communications director Brad Ross and Chris Upfold, gathered in the chief executive's corner office to consider the potential scenarios for the day.
Andy Byford and TTC communications director Brad Ross make a video.
Andy Byford and TTC communications director Brad Ross make a video.
Webster, Ross and Byford headed to Stintz's office.
His team - Byford, Ross, Upfold and Rodo - headed for a post-mortem over beer and wings.
Andy Byford, left, and Brad Ross, the TTC's head of corporate communications, make a video (Tess Kalinowski/Toronto Star)
The morning of the video shoot, Ross and the camera team wait while Byford greets a klatch of uniformed transit workers.
Time-based transfers and all-door ..., 17 Aug 2014 [cached]
Time-based transfers and all-door boarding on streetcars and buses could be implemented as early as January, TTC spokesman Brad Ross said.
Time-based transfers and all-door boarding on streetcars and buses could be implemented as early as January, TTC spokesman Brad Ross said.
TTC staff have a responsibility to present short-term opportunities to the board to improve transit in Toronto beyond the obvious expansion plans that are being discussed or are underway, said TTC spokesman Brad Ross.
There are things that we can do as the TTC, as a transit service provider, almost immediately that would significantly improve service for customers.
Time-based transfers and all-door boarding could be implemented as early as January, Ross said.
The bulk of the $69-million price tag is related to labour costs, such as paying operators, and fuelling and maintaining buses and streetcars, said Ross. Time-based transfer will also cost the TTC an estimated $20 million a year in lost revenue, he said.
Brad Ross, a spokesman for ..., 31 July 2014 [cached]
Brad Ross, a spokesman for the TTC, said it is spending $2-billion on new longer streetcars to replace the current fleet, plus a new barn to house them, and overhead infrastructure. The first vehicle is expected on the road at the end of the month.
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