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It seems essential workers and Toronto residents who rely on public transit are still dealing with overcrowding on the TTC.

People have taken to social media to express their concerns about the lack of physical distancing on city buses and call on the TTC to do more.

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The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) wants to replace Line 3 — the Scarborough Rapid Transit (SRT) trains — with buses between 2023 and 2030.

In a new report, TTC staff say that's the best option until the new Scarborough Subway Extension (SSE) is completed in 2030.

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In an interesting turn of events, it seems that someone has stolen two Ontario school buses, taken them for a joy ride, and then abandoned them in a pond in a Vaughan Park.

According to York Regional Police, officers were called to Marita Payne Park shortly after 7:00 am on Thursday, December 3.

There, they found two school buses abandoned, one in a pond and one in a creek. One of the school buses' motor was left running.

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Hidden off the highway in the North Georgia foothills is a junkyard where old school buses go to die and be reborn into pieces of art.

The School Bus Graveyard in Alto, Georgia, isn’t a normal junkyard where old buses, trucks, and RVs go to rot.

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As Toronto's transit routes continue to see packed buses, customer service reps are now telling people that physical distancing on the TTC will "no longer be possible."

The statement came in response to a Twitter user's photo of a full bus in which passengers were standing shoulder to shoulder. 

After asking how people are supposed to be distancing in this situation, the TTC responded that passengers should get off the bus. 

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