I can't believe this had to go to become a human rights issue in court.
After hearing a case by David Lepofsky, a blind lawyer who uses public transti in Toronto, the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal has ordered the TTC to call out stops on its surface routes.
A similar ruling two years ago established calling stops on subway routes.
Is it not simply common sense to announce all stops on a city bus or subway?
Perhaps we should randomly take down some highway exit signs and leave motorists to figure it out themselves until the transit systems wake up and start providing the most basic of services.
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