Posts Filed Under: “the big move”
Ontario's new transportation minister is very committed to building things. He seems much less concerned with whether we are building the right ones.
Metrolinx, the City of Toronto, and York Region are hosting public meetings to discuss transit studies—but riders will have to wait a while longer for relief.
A provincially appointed panel has issued a set of recommendations on which new taxes would be the best for transit funding.
The debate about which taxes and fees we might get to pay for new transit has been delayed; in the meantime many aren't sure we need any new money at all.
TTC chair won't endorse or reject Metrolinx's new funding strategy for transit.
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?
Regional transit agency unveils its strategy to pay for the next waves of transit construction.
TTC Chair says council "did leave the door open" for raising new money to pay for transit expansion, even though council didn't actually support any new fundraising mechanisms.
Once again, Toronto's public-transit debate has devolved into parochialism and bickering. Here's how it all went down.
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.
Committee rejects opportunity to give Metrolinx their advice.
Our one-on-one conversation with the premier.
The full transcript of our interview with the premier on the state and future of transit in Toronto.
The region needs at least $2 billion a year in new money to build transit infrastructure. Here are the leading contenders for the new taxes and levies that are best suited to raising those funds.
As part of the City's new push to gather public input on the future of Toronto's transit network, some Scarberians had their say.
Metrolinx says its next wave of projects will include a bevy of new LRTs, BRTs, and subway extensions.