Riders are coming back but transit agencies warn they're not fully up to speed after COVID-19

Riders are coming back but transit agencies warn they're not fully up to speed after COVID-19

Riders are coming back but transit agencies warn they're not fully up to speed after COVID-19 Transit operators still hard pressed to attract riders and adapt to changing commutes Two of Ontario's biggest public transit agencies say they're seeing a welcome uptick in ridership after two years of dismal demand, but they warn there's still a long way to go before they can fully recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. Both the TTC and GO Transit say they've regained 60 and 50 per cent of pre-pandemic riders respectively due to the loosening of COVID-19 restrictions, more in-person events and a gradual return to office work. But they both say it's hard to plan for future riders. "It's taken us two years to get back to this," said TTC spokesperson Stuart Green. …
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