Posts Filed Under: SmartTrack
This seems like the wrong direction for a government committed to fighting climate change.
Unless GO Transit makes major changes, some new SmartTrack stations are almost useless.
The people of Scarborough deserve better than this.
The venerable publication gets its facts wrong, and makes for a dangerous drinking game.
On the first day of council, we take on the multi-billion dollar SmartTrack package.
Torontoist reads the Toronto City Council agenda details so you don't have to.
Other potential transit lines can get better value for money and serve more riders.
Reduced to six new stations, there are limited development opportunities at most of the sites.
It has political support, but it's still an unfunded plan with billions in questionable assumptions.
We make sense of the report with billions of dollars' worth of implications for Toronto's transit future. (You can suggest your annotations too!)
Metro Morning, the mayor makes claims about his SmartTrack campaign promises that don't match up with reality.
His critics aren't the mayor, and they've mostly been right in their criticisms.
Steve Munro provides in-depth analysis on the latest transit report, which sees Toronto take on substantial risk for six SmartTrack stations.
The lower fares helped a lot.
The history of the nebulous transit proposal called SmartTrack.
Josh Colle discusses our FOI request, which he calls "invasive."
John Tory's plans are no more than a brand name for pre-existing transit projects.
Toronto Council faces a mountain of reports on rapid transit plans. We analyze the critical points you need to know for the city's transit future.