The woman runs through the subway station, crashing her rickety stroller into another commuter before slowing to a guilty trot.
She was supposedly late and hurrying to get to daycare. But this was not a routine trip going pear-shaped on Toronto’s transit. The crowds, the poor bystander’s ankle, all were unwitting extras on an Amazing Race-style challenge run this week in the TTC.
“There’s only so much you can do to rush when you have a stroller,” contestant Mitzie Hunter, CEO of the lobby group Greater Toronto CivicAction Alliance, acknowledged after finishing her first task.
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The Globe & Mail