Updated December 28 at 11:45 am: I have received a note from Brad Ross at the TTC advising that there is an unspecified issue being worked out between the TTC and the supplier of the stop announcement system. Once this is settled, the backlog of changes will be implemented.
This post is intended as a container for reports about inaccurate stop announcements. Given the legal hassles the TTC went through about their implementation, it’s odd that they don’t bother to adjust the info in the GPS-based units when stops are moved.
I have relocated two comments about this from another thread to this one just to keep the info separate, and in the hope that someone at the TTC will actually read and act on this.
The single largest problem I have seen in years of watching TTC’s attempts at customer service is the complete lack of co-ordination between departments, and the concurrent lack of credible or accurate public information.
For example, there are still signs at Bloor-Yonge Station telling you that the subway doesn’t run north of there late at night, although the project that triggered this operation ended some time ago. The line remains closed north of Eglinton for tunnel work, but south of Eglinton, the line is operating.
Other diversion notices remain in place months after they are obsolete. Even if they contain an end date, a reader may not notice this, especially if they are unfamiliar with the system. Construction notices acquire a layer of stickers telling us when projects will finish, some day, eventually. At least they are now real printed notices, not hand-written (mostly). And, yes, the elevator at the east end of Yonge Station is finally back in service.