Archive for 'Steve Munro'
SmartTrack cannot be built as proposed and addresses only some of Toronto's major transit challenges.
Ontario's new transportation minister is very committed to building things. He seems much less concerned with whether we are building the right ones.
Mayoral candidate proposes single, bold change, but fails to confront the transit problems Toronto faces today.
Karen Stintz has unveiled her "fully funded" transit strategy. It is a mess from start to finish.
Metrolinx, the City of Toronto, and York Region are hosting public meetings to discuss transit studies—but riders will have to wait a while longer for relief.
A provincially appointed panel has issued a set of recommendations on which new taxes would be the best for transit funding.
This year's City budget continues a multi-year tradition of doing relatively little to help the TTC address long-term problems.
A proposal for improving transit in a city that desperately needs it.
Glen Murray's case for a two-stop subway is based on a drastic misrepresentation of the available information, and Metrolinx is helping him make it.
The many missteps that got us to the current two-stop subway mess.
In which we ride the TTC's new streetcar for the very first time.
Take it down? Fix it? Try to enhance the space around it? A look at the various alternatives Toronto is considering for the future of the Gardiner Expressway.
The regional transit agency has released its plan for raising the $34 billion we need to build new transit. Are we, finally, making progress on this issue?
A kindergarten class of city councillors is trying to remake transit by drawing a map with crayons.
Everyone's now re-debating the subway vs. LRT question, but true fairness and sensible transit planning for Scarborough demand that we think about a whole network for the area, not just one line.
The mayor and his allies are once again trying to derail a proper conversation about the future of transit. City council must stop them.
The TTC is bringing extra-large articulated buses to Toronto's streets, but will they actually improve the riding experience?
The TTC's new streetcars are physically much longer than the existing ones. Is that a problem, or is it an opportunity?