These huge gates (about 20′ high) have been standing outside of Dupont subway station since 197. Ron Baird’s Miscellaneous Hardware separate street-level passersby from the high-voltage TTC transformers at the northwest corner of the intersection. “ BlogTo
Weary workers in need of a quick nap can — if only for a brief time — check in for a 20-minute midday snooze at a new pop-up hotel in Toronto’s downtown core. The hotel is part of a marketing ploy for Breathe Right, the nasal strips designed to ease congestion and aid sleep.
The City of Toronto has followed the lead of Bell Canada and is attempting to fight graffiti with street art. The city has hired an artist to decorate city infrastructure with some eye-catching designs to deter graffiti. Check out the full story and some of the designs at Toronto Life.
If you’re one of the millions of people in Toronto who ride the subway everyday you’ve probably been itching for a cell signal. TTC officials estimate that cell service will be available in most stations in about two years. Checkout the map below to see where you can currently catch a cell signal during your commute.
Aiden Glynn has been scaring up the streets of Toronto with his urban monsters for the past few years. This week Glynn unleashed his newest set of creatures on the city. Checkout the full story at BlogTO.