Posts Filed Under: “Gardiner Expressway”
We learned a lot about the mayor and his allies from the Gardiner debate. Above all, they represent more of the same.
It's another big debate at city hall, so it's time for another live blog! Follow along as council decides the future of the east Gardiner.
We fact-checked John Tory's claims and arguments about the east Gardiner in his speech to the Empire Club.
Confused about what the much-debated Gardiner options look like? We mapped it out.
His response to carding, the Gardiner, and the Scarborough subway reminds us who John Tory is. And it doesn't bode well for City Hall.
Among decided respondents in a new poll, 45 per cent prefer Gardiner East removal over 33 per cent for maintaining it mostly as is.
By removing the Gardiner and building a better vision for the waterfront, Toronto has the rare opportunity to learn from its historic mistakes, writes Jennifer Bonnell.
In the ongoing debate about the future of the Gardiner, we must look at how council's decision affects future transit investment.
The City Planner prefers a grand boulevard over "antiquated, dark, crumbling infrastructure."
New, glass-walled pathway installed over the weekend will expand the city's PATH network south.
The sign that's been standing by the Gardiner Expressway since 1975 has now come down.
It's fair to say Denis Villeneuve's
Enemy shows Toronto like you've never seen it before—and that's not a bad thing at all.
A series of smaller closures will take place next week.
Committee votes to defer decision about expressway's future until 2015, while staff consider new plan from developer.
Mexico City is developing the vacant land under its elevated highways. Could Toronto follow its lead?
In light of the latest study on the Gardiner, a look at how the expressway developed.
It's falling apart, and now the officials who have been charged with examining the road's long-term future say we should just remove the eastern leg of the Gardiner altogether.