Service on the TTC has now resumed, but this morning’s commute was no doubt a nightmare with lines one and two going down during peak service.
On twitter, commuters vented their frustrations and even relayed advice from drivers telling them they’d be better off to just walk.
— Andrew (@andrew_dickson) December 12, 2016
Fire investigation on line 1? THROW THE GOD DAMN SNOW ON IT AND HURRY UP FOR GOD SAKE! #TTCPROBLEMS
— Lishma (@lishravi) December 12, 2016
— Marvin Macaraig (@MarvinMacaraig) December 12, 2016
Step it up, #TTC ! Toronto is Canada’s biggest city and economic hub — everyday you fall short, our economy and job security suffers.
— Sarah Dinn (@SarahDinn_) December 12, 2016
I hope you die #ttc because you’d be more useful as a distant memory than an actual service.
— Grey Black Yellow (@bella_emilia) December 12, 2016
There should be a rule that says the #TTC isn’t allowed to shut down during exam season 😒
— Ellie C (@_emfran) December 12, 2016
The worst part about being stuck on the subway in Toronto during a delay is looking up and seeing ads for #TTC merchandise.
— Susannah Margison (@LawyerSusannah) December 12, 2016
UPDATE: The TTC has responded with the following post to Facebook.