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TTC installs "next train" arrival signs in subway stations



Last week, the TTC launched the first of its illuminated “next train arrives at” signs in Dundas Station.

The overhead signs that usually display advertising and news items will soon also tell you how long you have to wait for the next train to arrive at your station.

The TTC expects to have installed the system in all 69 subway and rapid transit stations by the end of 2009.

On August 27, the Toronto Transit Commission also approved a contract with Grey Island Technology to install signs at bus and streetcar stops that will also tell you how long you have to wait at your stop.

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