Wednesday, May 20, 2009

PDP #43: Maybe They're Trying To Tell Us Something

There are times - often as a result of construction or an unnatural preponderance of goats - where the Toronto Transit Commission is forced to temporarily suspend service at one of its regular stops. When this happens, a temporary marker is affixed to the stop, informing prospective passengers that it's out of service in some of the more widely spoken of Toronto's languages, including English, Chinese, Korean, French, Vietnamese, Greek, and quite a few others.

The TTC website doesn't tell me if anything's off about the bus stop at Sheppard Avenue West and Senlac Road, but for some odd reason, I get the strange impression that waiting there on Sunday might not have been the best move I could have made.

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