More TTC Adventures
On Tuesday January 30, 2018, I left early to get an early start on the day. The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) said, “Ha!” A forty-minute subway ride took two hours. And crowds? The subway was so crowded, I had people standing in my underwear. Fortunately, I was wearing clean underwear.
The delays? Everything. Even the Public Address system broke down so Transit Control could not announce the reasons for the delays.
Okay, so that was Tuesday.
On Wednesday January 31, 2018, I left early to get an early start on the day. The TTC said, “Ha!” The forty minute ride took just over an hour. As for the crowds? Not as bad as Tuesday. They only stood in my pockets, during the subway ride, and not in my underwear.
Yesterday and today I did not leave early. Yesterday and today there weren’t as many delays. The ride took less than an hour.
The TTC has weekend closures, for parts of the subway lines, to prevent the delays that occurred Tuesday and Wednesday. Of course these weekend closures create more delays on the weekends . . .
“Oh Lord, won’t you buy me a Mercedes-Benz . . . “