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Most commuters did not know that the Lawrence East station will close when the subway eventually opens, according to a new survey from a local transit advocacy group.
City Council gears up for yet another debate this week over the fate of the Scarborough subway extension.
Even if an LRT-friendly mayor is elected, Scarborough councillors aim to scrap the 13-kilometre route.
It's not just the route and planning that creates problems for SmartTrack—paying for it is a big issue as well.
SmartTrack cannot be built as proposed and addresses only some of Toronto's major transit challenges.
Mayoral candidate makes the case for transit proposals grounded in "a respect for basic math."
And it's not just downtowners: over half of Scarborough voters would rather see an LRT than a subway, too.
Mayoral candidate wants to nix the controversial Scarborough subway—and the property tax increase needed to pay for it.
By a clear margin, Torontonians would choose the LRT plan for Scarborough over both competing subway proposals.
The Scarborough councillor formally announces he's filing a complaint with the integrity commissioner over the mayor's robocalls.
TTC CEO argues that our single biggest transit priority should be ensuring the flow of people through the existing transit network.
LRT, it turns out, is not a four-letter word in Toronto.
Glen Murray's case for a two-stop subway is based on a drastic misrepresentation of the available information, and Metrolinx is helping him make it.
The many missteps that got us to the current two-stop subway mess.
Province decides to go it alone on transit and give Scarborough a shorter subway, rejecting both the City's subway plan and the original LRT plan.
Bruce McCuaig, CEO of the regional transit agency, tells the City of Toronto that the Scarborough LRT is officially on hold.
Provincial transportation minister addresses reports that the Scarborough subway question has been reopened yet again.