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Trade group's new discussion paper urges a more reasonable, de-politicized approach to transit planning.
Signal upgrades and track work are once again behind the shutdown on Line 1.
The mayor's $9-billion plan is big on subways, but involves some dubious math.
Hundreds turned up at Spadina Station this weekend to ride the TTC's much-hyped new vehicle.
At the Hillcrest rail yard, the TTC showed off some of its hotly anticipated new vehicle's modern features.
Section of Line 1 will be closed for signal upgrades and track work.
TTC provides video tour of the new vehicle, which will be hitting the streets August 31.
As of this morning, riders will start waiting for Yonge line and University line trains on separate platforms.
Portion of Yonge-University-Spadina line will be closed so that the TTC can get ready for the opening of Union's second platform.
A stubborn scrapper who declared, "If anyone’s going to stab me in the back, I want to be there."
Ontario's new transportation minister is very committed to building things. He seems much less concerned with whether we are building the right ones.
After a spotty past, the TTC is getting back into the transit collectible game.
TTC CEO hails "stable, permanent source of funding," while Rob Ford avoids streetcar photo op.
Construction—and preparations for the new streetcars—will mean changes for the Dundas and Spadina streetcar routes this summer.
It's the end of the line for the TTC's 27-year-old trains.
Trains won't be running between Woodbine and Kennedy stations from June 14 to 15.
The transit system celebrates World Pride with a commemorative plaque, special passes, and a rainbow bus.