TTCriders, a transit advocacy group, led a day of action on Thursday, November 29 against Premier Doug Ford’s scheme to break apart the TTC through his so-called subway “upload.” ATU Local 113 members joined the rallies alongside dozens of concerned residents at Kipling, Donlands and Queen’s Park stations to spread the message directly to other riders. The message is clear — a rushed subway upload won’t fix the lack of public transit funding. Breaking apart the TTC means losing Toronto’s integrated system and local democratic control. For riders, this troubling scheme will lead to reduced service and higher fares – all while paving the way for privatization.

Read more about the successful day of action here and sign the petition to keep transit public!

Here are some photos of our sisters and brothers, alongside concerned residents, in action. Thanks for coming out!