Premier Dalton McGuinty and Mayor Rob Ford this morning announced a new plan for rapid transit expansion in Toronto.
Scarborough may have to wait longer for a faster transit system now that Mayor Ford has teamed up with Metrolinx to provide funding for the subway he wants built in Toronto.
It’s sad that Canada’s biggest city has such outdated public transportation. The TTC is the most expensive yet least subsidized transit system in North America. This is not how transit in a city of 2.5 million should be run.
Some of the TTC riders attending an information meeting tonight at Metro Hall voiced their anger about the proposed transit budget cuts. The meeting, the first of four this week, attracted more than 100 people….
Oh, Rob Ford. You have to wonder what’s going through that head of his. Getting rid of Transit City would rob thousands of Scarborough residents of rapid transit.
Scarborough councillors have opposing views when it comes to Rob Ford’s promise to cancel Transit City and turn the gravy train into a subway.
Observer looks at the state of roads, housing, and transit as Scarborough’s population expands at a rapid rate.
Rob Ford’s West End mentality may have worked for his Etobicoke constituents, but it certainly isn’t commuting to Scarborough, in the aftermath of his sweeping election.
The election winner in Ward 29 addressed her supporters with the same theme of change she employed during the campaign. The retirement of Case Ootes in Toronto-Danforth sparked one of the most hotly contested council…
While business and traffic have grown in northeast Scarborough, better transit alternatives have been largely ignored, says a local environmental activist.