Three transit experts weigh in on where Toronto went wrong.
“On Scarborough. You won’t find a single independent transit professional who can support this, but they won’t say so publicly. The three of us can say this stuff without recrimination; we’re retired.”
—Ed Levy, a planner, engineer, and author, on the Scarborough Subway Extension, with two other lifelong transit experts and historians, Richard Soberman and David Crowley, who got together “for lunch and a gab” to talk transit for the March 16 Globe and Mail. The Scarborough subway is to be voted on again March 28.