A sudden rise in gas prices and auto insurance has left Scarborough residents questioning if driving is still affordable.
While public health workers work towards a COVID-19-free future, others are fighting to make public transit more efficient and accessible.
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Snow plowing in East York is making the Danforth less accessible for many. A month after the snowstorm, foot traffic continues to dwindle
For people that use transit, the storm on Jan. 17 caused major delays, but it also showed ways the TTC can improve in the future.
Social media is buzzing after a recent Transit Score ranking conducted by Redfin real estate brokerage revealed that Toronto was the best city for Canadian transit in 2019.
Recreational cannabis has been legal in Canada since October, yet just this past week, Metrolinx banned the use of cannabis while off-duty for several “safety-sensitive” positions.
TTC projections show ridership is on track for a third year of declining numbers.
On March 22, the new federal Liberal government released its first budget. The Toronto Observer’s Bradley Dobson, Daniel McKenzie, Cherry (Changhong) Liu and Amy McNeill take a look at what’s in store for Ontario’s public transit, social housing, old age security and Bombardier.
If cash or tokens are your method of payment for the TTC, be prepared for lighter wallets come January.