TTC : pt 3

Every time I post a TTC sound, it results in a flurry of internet activity ( aka 1 person makes a comment and someone emails me about it). As much as we complain about the slow street car service, the surly bus drivers, the terrible screeching noise that comes from the subway tracks, etc, it more often then not gets us exactly where we want to go for $2.75.

The TTC is a pretty central element to what makes Toronto the city it is in my opinion, and people don’t realize the presence it has in their lives in terms of the sight and sound of it until they move away. So here’s one for anyone missing the rocket. Getting off at Bathurst Subway, going up the stairs, hearing the sweet classical music they always have blasting to help soothe the raging youths, an escalator, and a doorway. Love your TTC.

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Do you hate on the TTC when it’s taking you home at 3:30 from the Dance Cave?

I didn’t think so…..

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2 thoughts on “TTC : pt 3

  1. ian says:

    Nice sounds..
    I try to visit each day.

    Hey you no what else sounds good.. The Go Train.
    Hop on and come visit.
    I miss Josh

    Ian

  2. valery says:

    I’ll love it when it doesn’t get me to work slower then it takes to walk (approx 45 minutes).
    Oh but look how cute that train is? I can’t hate you! I love your chubby face and your peed on metal chairs.

    You’re right Josh. There’s something to be said about the TTC….and heard! weeee!

    now get on the bus.

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