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Toronto can learn a lot about how to improve our streets from cities like Vancouver
Fighting climate change, means changing how we travel. Rail has the potential to replace cars and airplanes.
In all its incarnations, the transportation heartbeat of the city.
There's some upbeat news, but a closer look reveals how far the TTC still has to go to reach financial health.
Nominated for: slowly driving commuters insane.
The regular fare will run you $27.50—but Presto card users will get a discount.
The new mayor wants to make road closures less onerous on drivers by speeding up construction projects and enforcing "no stopping" rules more effectively.
Police and City launch safety campaigns at what is often the deadliest time of year for walking.
A plan that considers our overall network, but lacking the scope and ambition to tackle our deepest transit problems.
Brother Doug has inherited Rob's transit plan right down to the letter, and now sells it as his own. Is it a plan Toronto should buy?
At the Hillcrest rail yard, the TTC showed off some of its hotly anticipated new vehicle's modern features.
How improving infrastructure for drivers, walkers, and cyclists can make our streets more pedestrian-friendly.
Metrolinx wants to allow eight new giant electronic billboards—right along the 401 and 427. How is an agency that's supposed to make travel better issuing such an absurd proposal?
The palatial steamer named Toronto launched in June 1898.
The latest in provincial waffling on a viable, sustainable, full-fledged transit policy.
Karen Stintz has unveiled her "fully funded" transit strategy. It is a mess from start to finish.
At the turn of the 20th century, urban life moved at the pace of the horse.