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      Saddened by loss of Winnipeg Transit driver   02/15/2017

      We are saddened by the loss of Winnipeg Transit driver Irvine (Jubal) Fraser who was attacked while on the job and unfortunately passed away.
      A GoFundMe page has been set up by Winnipeg Transit colleagues to help Fraser's widow and family. We wish to extend our condolences to family and friends affected by this tragic event. View CBC News Article: Man charged with murder in attack on Winnipeg Transit driver
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      Upcoming Server Move   02/18/2017

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  1. Looks like TTC is looking for manufacturers for a future bus order. Future TTC Bus order Document request list Here R32PA16809 - FUTURE BUS PROCUREMENT OF TTC BUSES The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) is seeking an expression of interest in order to identify and obtain information from firms interested in participating with future bus purchases. The TTC currently operates and maintains a fleet of approximately 2,000 buses to support the movement of its customers across the Greater Toronto Area. A move to steady state procurement has been implemented and the TTC plans on purchasing approximately 120 buses annually.
  2. Hi all, With all the talk of refurbishing and developing the Griffintown neighborhood, a lot of people are interested in perhaps buying a condo in the area. But none of the promoters seem to other any clear indication as to what the city's plan for public transportation in Griffintown's future will be. Aside from the, as of yet, phantom tramway that might one day climb Peel street from the Old Port, is anyone awake of other projects, like additional bus lines passing through the neighborhood? Along Bonaventure highway is fine and dandy, but there will be many developments west of there that might enjoy additional bus lines as well. Any thoughts? PS: I posted this image a while back. The extended Yellow Line might not be fantastic but I still think a Red Line passing through what's the densest residential area in the center of the island without close metro access (as well as the benefit of reducing the amount of people on the Orange line) could be extended down to Griffintown and perhaps further. Just to clarify, when I spoke of the densest area without close metro access, I meant the Plateau/Rosemont area along St-Joseph towards the east.