Torontoist Jan. 12th, 2:31 pm
It's about ideology, not good policymaking.
David Hains Nov. 21st, 2:30 pm
There are better ways to implement lower speed limits.
Albert Koehl (Guest Contributor) Jun. 20th, 10:30 am
After two recent years where traffic fatalities exceeded homicides, City Hall takes the initial steps towards a Vision Zero-type strategy.
Glyn Bowerman Jan. 27th, 10:00 am
Given Toronto's instincts, does the city have what it takes to pull off a Vision Zero pedestrian strategy?
David Hains Jan. 6th, 3:45 pm
Justin Di Ciano's motion against ranked ballots only shows how much momentum there is behind voting reform, argues Dave Meslin.
Dave Meslin (Guest Opinion) Oct. 9th, 12:00 pm
After seeing cycling triple after the installation of the Richmond and Adelaide separated bike lanes, public works considers extending the project to Parliament Street.
Kelsey Rolfe Jun. 17th, 11:30 am
The new mayor wants to make road closures less onerous on drivers by speeding up construction projects and enforcing "no stopping" rules more effectively.
Graeme Bayliss • Photo by Giordano CiampiniDec. 4th, 2:00 pm
Some opposing reactions to Mayor Rob Ford's apparent drunkenness at Taste of the Danforth.
Steve Kupferman Aug. 12th, 12:15 pm
Councillor responds to her abrupt removal from mayor's inner circle.
Hamutal Dotan Jun. 11th, 11:15 am
Women were elected in record numbers in 2010, but you wouldn't know it by looking at council's most influential committee.
Desmond Cole Nov. 30th, 12:45 pm
The TPL board rejected cuts to hours and programs, but library lovers aren't in the clear quite yet.
Steve Kupferman Dec. 13th, 4:45 pm
As early criticism mounts, here's what the data tells us about how the King Street pilot project is going so far.
Even before today's police announcement, right-wing extremists were quick to accuse the 11-year-old of lying.
Policy coordination is all well and good, but NYC's example shows what happens when a city loses its say on transit.
Toronto Police have established a new task force to investigate a link into the cases. Meanwhile, a town hall meeting is planned for Tuesday at The 519 on Church Street.
There are proposals for new buildings, but the NIMBY crowd doesn't want them in their neighbourhoods.