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The Ontario government has given us a first look at its big, bold, and ambitious transit plans for the new Ontario Line, depicting what a ride on the 15-stop, 15.6-kilometre-long subway from Toronto's Exhibition Place to the Ontario Science Centre might look like one day.

Not only will the trains be "packed with the latest technology and feature onboard Wi-Fi" the province said in a press release, the new transit system also has quite a futuristic look.

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If you work in Toronto and regularly take the TTC, you might as well combine the two, right? Especially since the pay is no joke.

The TTC is looking to fill several high-paying positions, which to be real, is the kind of job you need just to afford to live in Ontario these days.

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Like a lot of things in Toronto, TTC fares are constantly changing. Even the way people pay to get on transit evolves every couple of years. So, staying up-to-date can be tricky.

For example, commuters paid a standard fare of $3.20 throughout 2020-2021, partly due to a price freeze in the latter year. But, things are slightly higher now, and if you're someone who relies on transit, even just a 1 or 2 cent increase can impact what your savings look like at the end of the month.

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Toronto is often referred to as the New York of Canada, and it's no coincidence.

This Opinion article is part of a Narcity Media series. The views expressed are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Narcity Media.

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The TTC isn't everyone's cup of tea but if you ask the average Toronto transit rider, they'd take the subway over a city bus any day of the week.

A post on Reddit has started a bigger conversation about why the TTC subway doesn't start running until 6 a.m., at the earliest.

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