Why do you drive taxis in Toronto? Part 1

The first thing I wanted to do was to look at how it’s used by people in the city, said Dr. Stephen Dziczek, chief of community health at the Toronto Public Health Agency.

And I’ve been in that role for a while.

Dzicke said taxi drivers have to use public transit, and that means using a mobile phone, or using a public transportation app.

“I think there’s some sort of incentive to be in the taxi,” he said.

And they don’t have all the amenities. “

They’re not the best way to travel.

And so it’s really up to the taxi driver whether or not they want to be part of that.” “

And they’re often just not safe, and they don.

And so it’s really up to the taxi driver whether or not they want to be part of that.”

So what’s the reason?

Dzikiewicz said taxis are more convenient than buses, and it’s easier to get from one stop to another.

“You can get from a station to a bus station in 30 minutes, and in 45 minutes,” he told CBC News.

“In terms of the public transportation, you can get there in 10 minutes, you’re getting around at a relatively fast pace.”

Dziziak said drivers also can take advantage of Uber, which is a platform that provides drivers with rides in a short amount of time.

He said that is a way to reduce costs for drivers, and to reduce the time they spend in taxis.

Uber is also using taxi numbers to promote itself in Toronto.

And while Dzickiewski says he would like to see more drivers involved in the industry, he said it’s still too early to tell if it will lead to more safe taxis.

“There’s a lot of uncertainty around whether this is going to be a game changer or not,” Dzikkowski said.