Posts Filed Under: “public transit”
The Washington, D.C.–area tool maps your route and explains how healthy, wealthy, and green it will make you.
Thirty years ago today, Scarborough entered a new chapter in its public transit history that was proclaimed at the time as the greatest day in its history.
We sat down with Mulcair to ask about his party's plans for Toronto and the GTA.
A San Francisco group is creating tactile and audio maps of transit stations. What measures has the TTC taken to accommodate the visually impaired?
A racist attack on the subway sent shockwaves through the city, and put a stop to free New Year's Eve rides on the TTC for the next 30 years.
Starting January 1, all subway stations will accept plastic payment on transactions of $10 or more.
The youth-agency director is looking to unseat incumbent councillor Frank Di Giorgio in Ward 12.
Former No Jets T.O. organizer says grassroots credentials set him apart in a crowded downtown race.
The TV broadcaster who lost to Paula Fletcher by 259 votes in 2010 takes a second shot at the Ward 30 council seat.
The councillor believes the anticipated $20–30 ticket price is unaffordable and unfair.
How improving infrastructure for drivers, walkers, and cyclists can make our streets more pedestrian-friendly.
A social reformer who championed an underground transit system decades before the subway was built.
A look back at the politics and personalities on hand at the birth of Toronto's first subway line.
Trains will bypass Pape Station while the TTC doubles down on its renovation efforts.
In the late 1950s, several suburban municipalities tried to block construction of the Bloor-Danforth and University subway lines.
The TTC is still working on upgrading its signal system, and you know what that means.
Once again, Toronto's public-transit debate has devolved into parochialism and bickering. Here's how it all went down.
A first look at one of the TTC's new articulated—or "bendy"—buses, set to go into service in 2014.