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Brad Ross

Spokesman

Toronto Transit Commission

HQ Phone:  (416) 393-4000

Direct Phone: (416) ***-****direct phone

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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

Background Information

Employment History

Manager of Media Relations and Issues Management

City of Toronto


Web References(193 Total References)


All aboard the Liberty Bus - Canadian Constitution Foundation

theccf.ca [cached]

When TTC spokesperson Brad Ross was on CBC's Metro Morning last month talking about the private buses, he explained that the TTC is "monitoring the situation," and insisted that the TTC needs to "better understand their business model.
"Does it breach the City of Toronto Act? he said.


TTC announces 'Crisis Link'

ttc.ca [cached]

Media contact: Brad Ross, Director - Corporate Communications, 416-393-3598, brad.ross@ttc.ca
View all articles from June


New complication on the road of new trolleys | Rapid News Network

rapidnewsnetwork.com [cached]

Brad Ross, the spokesman in the Transit Commission in Toronto officially announced in March that the agency will receive four new trolleys from April.


Censor Watch: 2009: January

www.censorwatch.co.uk [cached]

Brad Ross, a spokesman for the Toronto Transit Commission, confirmed that staff have decided the ads do not violate any of the TTC's rules.


www.aoda.ca

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.


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