Posts Filed Under: Transit City
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.
A glimpse at one of the giant machines that will dig the future beneath Eglinton Avenue.
Our congestion has national ramifications, the outgoing provincial finance minister maintains.
A new TTC report on the idea that won't go away.
A series of symbolic votes, not entirely consistent with one another, coming out of the TTC board.
This week's announcement that Toronto's new light rail lines won't be operated by the TTC leaves us with more questions than answers.
CNE-goers can get a glimpse of the light rail vehicles we'll be getting over the coming years.
Council once again looks at the long-term prospects for building transit in Toronto.
An ambitious transit plan and the troubles it's encountered on its way to city council.
What the transit plan might mean for Toronto, and for Toronto politics.
With the future of transit in Toronto far from decided, even the politicians at Queen's Park are jumping—or being pushed—into the debate. Will the senior level of government bring a new maturity to the discussion? In a word: No.
Scarborough's transit desires and the St. Clair construction bogeyman loomed over last night's transit forum in North Toronto.
After months of debate and weeks of mounting tension, city council meets today to decide what transit plan they support.
A new report authoured by 44 average Torontonians sheds light on Toronto's growing economic inequality.
Paul Bedford, Ken Greenberg, David Crombie among those asking councillors to return to planning a transit network rather than pursuing individual and often politicized projects.
Why can't reporters seem to agree on how much Toronto's most important transit project is supposed to cost?
The full text of the opinion, and an analysis of what it might mean for Mayor Ford
This week, news came out that plans to bury the Eglinton LRT may be revised. Does this signal a break between TTC Chair Karen Stintz, council, and Mayor Ford on the transit file?