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The so-called non-revenue fleet — not buses or streetcars — takes up $ 2 million in fuel expenses every year. An additional $ 7 million per year is spent to maintain the fleet of vehicles, even though some are rarely used.
TTC Chair Josh Colle called the findings of the audit “unacceptable” and warned “there is more to come.”
“Employees that have left the organization still have cards assigned to them. We have staff members going with jerry cans and half of the receipts analyzed show no proof that this gas being used for TTC business,” said Minnan-Wong.
The audit shows that the TTC’s non-revenue fleet can often cost more to maintain than to buy the vehicle outright. The TTC also rents 81 personal vehicles, three of which have been on the books for more than nine years.
“I can’t explain why we would rent a car for that long,” said Byford.