This title is BAD, just like PRESTO

On June 2007, the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) rolled out the revolutionary proposal of Presto card. With Presto, the world was to become a paradise without fare evasion. The TTC dreamed—Toronto dreamed too—that these investments would solve the TTC’s spending deficit and lower its sky-high fares. Yet, instead of following in the footsteps of successful transit systems in Asia or Europe, the TTC just couldn’t resist spending an extra billion dollars to add their own flair, a flair that simply doesn’t work. (1) Torontonians now suffer from the consequences of broken down gates, incomplete coverage, and simple design flaws....

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