The decommissioned Scarborough RT line has created challenges for commuters in Scarborough, with students now back in school.
What will happen when public transportation safety become one of the focuses of election?
Despite the chaos of flashing lights, machines clanging and engines roaring, the construction workers remain calm, including Robert Kemp, supervisor of roads and sidewalks.
The Rio Paralympics are coming to a close. So the authors talked to Brazilians to find out what they thought of the Games and their impact.
A University of Toronto says having a female premier will not change the nature of Ontario politics. On Saturday, Kathleen Wynne won the Liberal leadership and will become Ontario’s 25th premier. She defeated principal contender Sandra Pupatello and four other candidates during the convention held at the Mattamy Athletic Centre in Maple Leaf Gardens. Nelson Wiseman, a U of T political science professor, says the leader’s gender does not matter.,“Having a female premier to me does not make much of a difference,” he said.
The TTC released that the projected ridership is expected to increase to 503 million next year. At the end of 2010 there were 477 million rides, up from a projected 462 million rides. With these figures wouldn’t it be fair to understand that transportation at all levels is going to increase?
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.