The new TTC subway train has shiny things.

On Saturday, I walked from one end of the new TTC subway train to the other.

As I passed by, I grabbed a red handle bar at the top and pulled it down to a vertical position. When I let it go, it moved back to its default horizontal position.

Going south on the Yonge-University-Spadina line means that orange LEDs turn green. The next stop is a flashing LED. If the LED connects to another subway line, it might not turn green after you pass it.

Subway cars are connected together with shiny plates of metal that you can step on.

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3 Responses to The new TTC subway train has shiny things.

  1. Pablo says:

    The new trains are very cool.

    But one thing I miss is the human voice of the older ones, these new trains have a synthesized voice for announcing the stops.

    So it will come to pass that we are going to be replaced by machines?! :O

  2. Zing-Ming says:

    I, for one, welcome our new robot overlords.

    Realistically, it’s probably going to turn out benevolently, like I, Robot (the novel) instead of malevolently, like The Matrix.

  3. Pablo says:

    And if it turns that they only want to be left alone and have nothing to do with organics? Like in Mass Effect:

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