Mayor John Tory blasted for saying it’s ‘unusual’ for Toronto parents to live without a car
To save you a click: it’s not.
Scarborough Subway Escapes Scrutiny Despite Mistakes and Missteps
What an embarrassment
Transit now rules the road as King Street pilot project launches
Surprisingly, it seems like a success so far? I hope enforcement keeps up
How chief planner Jennifer Keesmaat tried to stop the Scarborough subway
As the top bureaucrat announces her departure from city hall, the untold story of how she tried but failed to prevent what’s been called the city’s biggest transit “boondoggle” can be found in her email inbox
L.A. — the city of traffic jams — finds a way to get people out of their cars
Spoiler: it’s LRT
King Street pilot project wins city council approval
Good… I think? The plan is a little confusing. Simpler to just make it transit / bike / pedestrian only.
Berlin Expands Streetcars to the West
Restoring streetcar lines that were torn up in the 60s
Streetcars are Toronto’s civic treasure and the King St. plan gives them their due
Besides, if you want to drive without streetcars in the way, you have your pick of all kinds of other cities. You can go to Hamilton, or Mississauga, or Pickering. You can go most places, and they won’t have streetcars. We do have them, and they’re a civic treasure. It’s about time we treat them like it.
Transit First For King Street?
Steve Munro analyzes the options proposed for King Street
Kathleen Wynne stopping John Tory’s plan for tolls on DVP, Gardiner
The Ontario Liberals don’t believe in anything, do they?