Every month, Torontoist reads the Toronto City Council agenda details so you don't have to.
When City staff don't feel they have the freedom to offer professional advice without consequences, the process is compromised.
Other potential transit lines can get better value for money and serve more riders.
Reduced to six new stations, there are limited development opportunities at most of the sites.
It has political support, but it's still an unfunded plan with billions in questionable assumptions.
We make sense of the report with billions of dollars' worth of implications for Toronto's transit future. (You can suggest your annotations too!)
On Metro Morning, the mayor makes claims about his SmartTrack campaign promises that don't match up with reality.
His critics aren't the mayor, and they've mostly been right in their criticisms.
Steve Munro provides in-depth analysis on the latest transit report, which sees Toronto take on substantial risk for six SmartTrack stations.
Waiting for Scarborough? I’m starting to think the City is stuck inside an absurdist play.
The mayor's evolving stance on selling off Toronto Hydro seems like a game of Twister Tory.
There's a lot of documents to go through.
Glenn De Baeremaeker (Ward 38, Scarborough Centre) and MPP Brad Duguid say the proposed route is unacceptable, as it would affect too many residents.
John Tory tries to have it both ways when it's pointed out his preferred ward boundaries would split up the Beach.
Local democracy is messy, but it needs to be accessible.
He also sent a meme-worthy photo. Have fun with it?
The Star's reporting gives you another reason to be angry about transit planning in the city.
There's a long list of things we should build to go with it, but the numbers don't seem to add up.