As true Torontonians know, the TTC is far from perfect, from unexpected delays to outrageously overcrowded stations.
Over the past few days, the TTC has been especially slow and overcrowded as a result of the weather warning, making many people late for work. Now, instead of having to convince your boss that you truly were stuck at Bloor-Yonge station because of a delay this morning, the TTC can tell them for you.
The TTC offers up a secret service for riders, where they will actually offer up late notes for commuters that have been delayed by streetcars, subways, and buses. They tweeted out the information a while ago, but the Daily Hive has just confirmed that they still offer this hidden job saver.
Express Line, the TTC is more than happy to provide written explanations and apologies to confirm a delay has occurred, and has impacted your journey. If your employer requires one, you can request an investigation and report by calling 416-393-3030, 7am-10pm, 7 days/week. ^RA?
— TTC Customer Service (@TTChelps) November 16, 2017
All you’ve got to do is call the TTC customer service hotline at 416-393-3030 and request an investigation report. The transit service will then give you a note confirming that the service has been disrupted or delayed alongside the date, time, location, and duration of the disruption.