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The TTC carries the more riders than other transit systems in the region, so why isn't it prioritized?
Drivers will need some time to adjust to the new rules, but the project is off to a promising start.
The TTC's goal should be to help Torontonians get around. So why do fares keep rising?
The realty company behind Liberty Village is now eyeing 27 acres in south Etobicoke.
Instead of attempting to balance parking, driving, greenery, and mercantile concerns, city councillors should prioritize safety above all.
The software licensed by the TTC for its anti-harassment campaign may have been the cheapest bid. But is it ethical?
Toronto ignores the growing backlog of transit repairs and renewal at its peril—not to mention the $2.8-billion hole in the plan
The ad campaign is accompanied by an app that enables riders to take discreet photos of perpetrators and share the picture with transit authorities.
We forget that walking can be a part of our public transit system too.
Now that Wi-Fi is available at all subway stations, the TTC will tackle connectivity in the tunnels next.
Mega-projects keep failing. So why does the mayor love them so?
The larger concern is a provincial government playing politics with Toronto's transit.
Other cities are enjoying a ridership boom, but Toronto is struggling to just keep the riders it has. What could we learn from other cities?
The transit service should treat harassment complaints with the same urgency and resources as they do fare evasion.
New lines like the Eglinton Crosstown will be worth some inconveniences, but Metrolinx appears to be battling City Council for the title of most dysfunctional transit builder.
A relatively small investment can equal a huge improvement in the experience of Toronto transit riders.
Three key takeaways for Toronto after riding the metro in Sweden's capital city.
If we build a new rail line in southern Ontario, it won't pay for itself.