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Use of TTC commuter parking lots

9/20/16 12:12 PM

From the Human Resources Department

Please be advised that increased customer use of TTC commuter parking lots means the TTC will no longer be able to provide free employee access to commuter lots.

As you know, in the past we have gradually decreased free access to the commuter lots available to employees; however, with increased utilization, we are no longer in a position to provide any free parking at commuter lots.

Therefore, effective January 1, 2017, TTC will be discontinuing free access to employees at all TTC commuter parking lots, which means that as of that date, employee passes will no longer enable access to the TTC commuter lots. Employees of course remain able to park at such lots at the same cost members of the public pay.

(original signed)
Gemma Piemontese
Chief People Officer
September 14, 2016

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