April 2, 2013

TTC introduces the "personal car" for April Fool's Day

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The "personal car" allows customers do whatever they like while riding the subway - wear bulky backpacks, eat a meal, put their feet on the seats, play loud music, block doors and, yes, clip their nails. The "personal car" is only in affect until noon, April 1. After that, the TTC simply asks that everyone be considerate of their fellow rider.


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