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Mr. Brad Ross

Wrong Brad Ross?

Spokesman

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

Company Description: The Toronto Transit Commission (www.city.toronto.on.ca/ttc) is the public transportation provider in the city of Toronto. Ontira Communications (www.ontira.com) has...   more
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TTC spokesman Brad Ross ...
www.thestar.com, 24 Dec 2014 [cached]
TTC spokesman Brad Ross confirmed Wednesday that CEO Andy Byford had authorized the offer, which was made privately to the family on Dec. 23.
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Its the right thing to do, Ross said. It clearly was a TTC bus (that struck Diljohn) and we know the familys having financial troubles paying for the funeral.
Diljohns family had set up a trust account to accept donations to help pay for her funeral.
Ross said that offers to pay for funerals have been made to other families in the past.
Its not something we publicize, Ross said. Its done privately.
Ross could not confirm if the family had responded to the offer.
Ross said the 27-year-old driver of the bus is still employed by the TTC but is not driving.
Toronto Transit Commission ...
www.arrowlakesnews.com, 21 Nov 2014 [cached]
Toronto Transit Commission spokesman Brad Ross says a rider complained to the driver about lewd behaviour taking place on a packed streetcar at about 5:30 p.m. Thursday.
He says the operator stopped the vehicle and called in a report but the couple fled before police and transit officials could arrive.
The car was taken out of service for what the TTC called a "security incident" but was back on track about 15 minutes later.
Referencing the Tennessee Williams masterpiece, Ross quipped that "every streetcar in Toronto is named desire," but said the allegation has not been confirmed.
"I can't independently verify that the act itself happened, but somebody...claims that they saw it," said Ross, adding no investigation is underway by the transit agency.
Toronto police said they have received no report of the alleged incident.
Ross says such complaints are very rare, adding that it's a big system that operates 24 hours a day and there might be some people "who can't wait to get home."
But he said people should keep in mind that the transit system is a public place.
On Tuesday morning, Webster's inner ...
www.thestar.com, 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.
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Andy Byford and TTC communications director Brad Ross make a video.
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Andy Byford and TTC communications director Brad Ross make a video.
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Webster, Ross and Byford headed to Stintz's office.
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His team - Byford, Ross, Upfold and Rodo - headed for a post-mortem over beer and wings.
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Andy Byford, left, and Brad Ross, the TTC's head of corporate communications, make a video (Tess Kalinowski/Toronto Star)
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The morning of the video shoot, Ross and the camera team wait while Byford greets a klatch of uniformed transit workers.
Brad Ross, head of ...
www.thestar.com, 21 Dec 2014 [cached]
Brad Ross, head of communications for the TTC, said the TTC investigates each one of these tragedies thoroughly.
Safety is, and always will be, the number one priority for the TTC, Ross told the Star. The entire TTC family is shaken by this.
At that point there were reliability ...
www.thestar.com, 19 Dec 2014 [cached]
At that point there were reliability issues that needed to be addressed, said TTC spokesman Brad Ross.
A particular challenge was the design and engineering of the TTCs unique, two-stage wheelchair ramps. They have to deploy in one stage to meet raised streetcar platforms on lines such as Spadina and St. Clair, and then in two stages where streetcars stop on the road, on routes such as Queen, he said.
Accessibility was a huge factor in the TTCs specifications for the 100 per cent low-floor streetcars.
The ramp is a constantly moving part. It needs to work mechanically for the customer without them having to have some assistance. Its about making sure our customers who use mobility devices can do so freely and independently, said Ross.
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