The AG report is publicly available. I don't see what the problem is. In any case,
When the Presto fare card was initially developed, the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), which has over 80% of the GTHA’s transit ridership, had not agreed to imple- ment Presto on its system. Along with the city of Ottawa, the TTC has now condition- ally approved Presto’s adoption subject to satisfactory resolution of some key issues. However, to meet the requirements of Ottawa and Toronto, Presto Next Genera- tion (PNG) is currently being developed at an anticipated cost of $498 million. In total, more than $700 million could be paid to the contractor for developing the original Presto system and PNG. We acknowledge that Presto is intended to be the primary fare collection system on GO Transit and municipal transit agencies in the GTHA and therefore must be flexible enough to meet the needs of agencies and to adjust to new technologies as they become available; however, it will be among the more expen- sive fare-card systems in the world.
You can also pull Recommendation 3
Metrolinx should ensure that it formally consid- ers the risks of continuing with the development of Presto Next Generation (PNG), given that the specific business requirements of the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) for using PNG on its transit system and the costs for which the TTC would be responsible have not yet been formally agreed to.
Metrolinx has been working with the TTC since 2009 to define the business requirements of Presto. The TTC approved the implementation of Presto on November 23, 2011, and authorized the execution of all necessary agreements. This was reaffirmed on May 1, 2012, and we antici- pate completing a master agreement with the TTC in 2012. The discussions regarding the mas- ter agreement have included both the operating requirements and financial arrangements; thus, these discussions have informed the develop- ment of Presto Next Generation. As well, Presto has been installed at 14 of the TTC’s highest- volume subway stations and it is used daily by more than 8,000 riders. It should be also noted that the TTC has estimated that when Presto is fully operational, costs for fare collection could be reduced by up to $10 million annually from current levels.
Neither the TTC (other than its pilot test stations) or Ottawa (Next Gen delayed to Feb 1) have implement the new platform. The existing manifestation of Preso is of its "base" form.