CBC News has obtained the latest in technology that’s helping workers get to and out from their workplaces faster and more safely.
In a story published today, CBC News reported on a new technology called the home elevator.
It’s an elevator that can move a person from one floor of a building to another quickly and easily, saving lives and putting an end to the dreaded back-up elevator.
The elevator works with smartphones, which can send and receive messages from the elevator itself.
It uses cameras to make sure the elevator is always in the correct position and not in motion.
It also has a “smart screen” that allows it to send information to a smartphone or tablet on the floor to be viewed by the user.
CBC News also learned that the elevator can also be used to transport people to work.
CBC News contacted the Toronto Transit Commission to learn more about its plans to introduce the elevator to its network.
The Toronto Transit Board is already using the elevator in its fleet, and is looking into whether the elevator could be rolled out to other parts of the TTC.
The TTC is testing out a new platform for the elevator, called the Skytrain.
The Skytrain is designed to move more quickly between stations, with a goal of using it by 2020.
TTC Chairman Josh Colle said the platform is similar to a subway car that’s been retrofitted with new lifts.
The platform can carry up to 2,000 people at a time, with space for up to 100 more people when it’s fully loaded.