Posts Filed Under: infrastructure
Is Toronto secretly built on infrastructure worthy of John Milton, like the fictional movie mayor suggests?
The weather doesn't care if it makes you late to work.
Movie mayor Bert Xanadu on building the city up to new heights.
Family and women's shelters typically operate discreetly to protect clients from violent ex-partners. What happens when a shelter needs public support for a new building?
The regulations for pedestrians in Toronto’s 1944 traffic bylaw make the city a national laughingstock.
A Kingston-based researcher says our potholes could be prevented by changing the way asphalt is made. The issue is a lot more controversial that you'd think.
Suggestions from prominent Torontonians on improving the city, many of which remain relevant.
John Tory and Doug Ford are committed to a subway; Olivia Chow wants to stick with the original LRT. We've got some interactive charts, to help you figure out how much each one costs.
Oakland's new chief resiliency officer will help city prepare for catastrophic events and overcome chronic social problems.
New, glass-walled pathway installed over the weekend will expand the city's PATH network south.
The province's infrastructure has been neglected, and needs investment to relieve its creaky bones.
A recent Star investigation shows Toronto water has failed 13 per cent of its lead tests—and that's a serious cause for concern.
The latest in provincial waffling on a viable, sustainable, full-fledged transit policy.
Karen Stintz has unveiled her "fully funded" transit strategy. It is a mess from start to finish.
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.
In a recent speech at the Board of Trade, mayoral candidate David Soknacki floated several ideas for economic stimulus and fiscal responsibility in Toronto.
The federal by-election in Toronto Centre pits two high profile candidates against one another in a race that could set the tone for the next general election.