Archive for 'Steve Munro'
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?
Toronto's chief planner unveils "Feeling Congested?", a public consultation on long-term transit goals.
A new TTC report on the idea that won't go away.
Forty years ago, Toronto's streetcar system was saved.
Here's what city council will—and won't—be considering when councillors vote to finalize the plan to build four new light rail lines.
Yesterday's "good news" announcements hardly provides long-term comfort.
This week's announcement that Toronto's new light rail lines won't be operated by the TTC leaves us with more questions than answers.
What the transit plan might mean for Toronto, and for Toronto politics.
The ongoing tensions between the TTC and Metrolinx.
Light-rail proponents were thrilled by Wednesday's transit vote, but the path forward is far from clear.
More details on the letter that calls for a return to "sensible" transit planning in Toronto.
TTC commissioners are now in open revolt against Chair Karen Stintz.
The last of the H4 trains—comfy orange seats, but no air conditioning—took its final run this morning.