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  1. The article is not accurate. This is just a series of maps produced by TTCriders showing what would happen if all routes with less than 4,000 daily riders were cut. This is not official. It’s worth noting that three of the routes shown (49, 50 and 105) are duplicated by routes from other agencies. Given that one of the conditions of the additional funds is to work with Metrolinx on fare and service integration, I would expect to see service on those three corridors restructured (with TTC coordinating operations with MiWay and YRT) to eliminate the duplication of service.
  2. I wouldn’t put two much faith in what BlogTO says. It is all speculation at this point. On the topic of microtransit, I question if any of the TTC’s conventional routes meet the conditions for microtransit to be more efficient that conventional fixed-route services. According to Jarrett Walker, a transportation consultant, demand-responsive transportation systems rarely carry more than 5 passengers per vehicle hour (see link), which I can’t imagine too many routes meet. The most plausible locations for demand-responsive transit (depending on ridership) would probably be for ro
  3. I believe it’s common for them to show up on 5. Believe Mt Dennis has two morning trippers there.
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