The TTC has not published the presentation on their website, and in the interest of having the material in view, I am transcribing it here. Few pages involve diagrams, and so for the most part I will simply transcribe the text.
Where I comment on the material, I will do so in italics to distinguish my words from the TTC’s.
The pages with diagrams are linked to scanned images.
Update 1 (August 30): In the post below, I originally said that the chronology did not mention the change from a 70% low floor spec to 100%. A quibble has been raised on this point.
The original spec had both 70% and 100%, and the change was to remove the 70% option. The net effect was the same: any 70% low floor car that might have been proposed was eliminated from consideration. It remains to be seen whether, in fact, any builder can adapt their designs to Toronto’s track geometry.
Update 2 (September 16): The full presentation is now available on the TTC’s website. The links in the post below take you to scanned images on my site. If you want better resolution, use the TTC copies.