You’re about to hear Seth Rogen’s voice on the TTC.
As per the transit agency’s announcement earlier today, the Vancouverite has lent his voice to a series of quirky public service announcements focused on etiquette and courtesy while riding on public transit.
TTC riders will begin hearing the announcements in subway stations starting today, July 31.
In a VERY concerted attempt to make everyone’s transit experience as wonderful as possible, I’m thrilled to say that I’ve recorded messages for Toronto’s TTC! Please stop clipping your toe nails on public transit! https://t.co/Csy4K3DpcD
— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) July 31, 2018
The light-hearted messages, each lasting approximately 20 seconds, asks riders to be more considerate of their fellow passengers, all in an effort to make taking transit a more positive experience for all, says the TTC.
There are 12 messages in all that will play throughout the TTC subway system:
1. Holding Train Doors
2. Fare Evasion
4. Bags on Seats
5. Feet on Seats
6. Priority Seating
7. Blocking Doors
8. Personal Grooming and Eating
9. Talking on Cell phones
10. Using the Emergency Alarm
11. Two-Hour Transfers (starting Aug. 26)
12. Thank You – a general thank you to riders for being courteous with one another
But what do these sound like? You won’t need to hop on the subway to hear it. Here they are: