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How Presto Could Improve Transit Service and Ridership

Turning commuters into all-purpose riders is the brass ring. In its 2009 report on Toronto, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) noted approvingly that Toronto’s local and regional transit was bringing in the Presto system, which was to be fully implemented by 2011. (Cue raucous, bitter laughter.) It appears there have been many stumbling blocks that have delayed the installation of fare […] The post How Presto Could Improve Transit Service and Ridership appeared first on Torontoist.
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