Union Station Flood

Lunch with Mary: Transit CEO Talks Floods and Having No Car

Mary Warner | Posted 08.12.2012 | Canada Business
Mary Warner

On June 1, Toronto's Union station flooded. Andy Byford, the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) CEO was travelling on the subway when it happened and when he got off the train, ran over to Union to see what was happening. In case anyone was wondering, he said the smell was absolutely awful. Now he's focused on determining why it happened and making sure it doesn't happen again.

What Happened To The Toronto Subway?

CBC | Posted 08.02.2012 | Canada

The city of Toronto and the Toronto Transit Commission are still investigating Friday's flood at Union Station that closed the station an...

Toronto Subway Service Resumes After Rain Floods Union Station

CBC | Posted 06.02.2012 | Canada

Service has resumed on part of the Yonge Street subway line in Toronto after severe flooding forced the shut down of a section of the system. The s...