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Travelling on the TTC, and on public transport in general, requires a commuter's survival guide. The first rule of Commuter Club is to expect the worst and prepare for it. Having a smooth commute is totally possible with a little mental preparation and some deep breathing. Trust me, the only way to not yell at the screaming children is to breathe. If you're new to the TTC, welcome. If there's one good thing about commuting, it's that it makes you tougher. Seriously though, there's no room for fragile birds on the streetcar.

Regardless of how long you've been taking the bus or how well you know the subway lines, standing in an overcrowded lot will never be easy. Finding enough space to hold onto a pole is sometimes asking for too much, let alone not falling on the person next to you. Every rider of the Rocket can appreciate these 15 tips to making their commute a little more bearable:

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Back to school is right around the corner and many of you commuter students understand the struggle. The hustle and bustle of commuting comes with the package of having to work or get an education in Toronto. One thing you have to do is go with the flow. Therefore, we are here to tell you about the top services that will save your life, both literally and metaphorically for the ever dreaded daily commute to school or work.

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Do you ever just get so frustrated from commuting to and from school? Everyone who commutes or ever has commuted to school in Toronto knows how much of a drag it is.

If you're living in the GTA and can't afford to move out, you really don't have a choice and it sucks. Commuting is also crazy expensive which doesn't make it any easier for us students. And let's be honest, the student discounts don't really do much. Here are thoughts all us students have when commuting to school in downtown Toronto.

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We've established several times that Toronto has a lot of great academia to offer the world but it is also an expensive damn place to live and let's face it, some of us just aren't ready to leave the comfort of the GTA. Some students opt to stay at home or get a place outside of the city in an effort to save some money.

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