January 12, 2012

Public Transit and the Etiquette Required

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Written by: Michael Prempeh
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With a population of over two million people in the city of Toronto, it is a good thing we all do not own cars because we would all probably be dead from the pollution and the horrible driving that is exhibited by some folk. The TTC is possibly one of the greatest assets in the city because it allows us to get where we want without having to worry about insurance, gas, and paying for parking. But of course with two million people in a city there is a few of you who don’t know how to act in a public setting, so let me give you some rules to live by to make everyone’s ride on the rocket enjoyable and pain free.




About the Author

Michael Prempeh
Born and raised in the borough of Rexdale in Toronto, Michael is currently a student-athlete at the University of Toronto studying History and playing football for the Varsity Blues. Michael is head of Marketing and Promotions for CAVE. For all advertising inquiries email him directly at



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