The recent debate about stroller crowding on the TTC in Toronto highlights ongoing problems with both the TTC AND with US. This is what I see needs doing:
1. Increase the capacity of the system
2. Improve the design of transit vehicles
3. Be nicer!
The TTC is working on the first two – the third is up to us!
An accessible, efficient, and FRIENDLY public transportation system is a sign of a great city. Let’s figure this out TO!
Jeseok Yi produces powerful messages for social change that not only stop and make you think in that moment, but will follow you long after that…
Toronto’s MANY mountains include this entrance to the Yorkdale Subway Station
This start up has ALL the right ideas! Scaffolding is not only UGLY, it creates significant barriers for people with mobility challenges including older folks, people with disabilities and parents with strollers. I lived in NYC for 5 years and would avoid sidewalks lined with scaffolding whenever possible because it was so unpleasant and felt even scary and dangerous sometimes. Resting places like these are essential for those of us who can’t quite ‘make it all the way’ and health-promoting for all of us as they provide opportunities for social interaction. Way to go SOFTWALKS!
A GREAT laugh and a fantastic way to point out some the challenges our seniors face everyday!
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