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The stretch of the Hwy. 7 Viva bus rapidway that opened in Richmond Hill last summer received top honours from the Ontario Public Works Association this week.
Newmarket Hydro president Paul Ferguson responds to a letter to the editor regarding the cost savings of burying hydro lines on Davis Drive in Newmarket.
As more people collect in a city center, more jobs cluster there too, boosting both wages and economic productivity over time. And the key to it all, he believes, may be public transportation.
Who's going to pay the cost of fixing gridlock? That's the issue facing the Greater Toronto-Hamilton Area.
As “global gridlock” looms, technology companies offer solutions.
Now that the tunnelling on the Spadina line is complete, John Musselman takes a look underground at another milestone reached in the Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension [TYSSE]. The extension will open in late fall 2016.
The final segment of tunnelling was finished this week when the tunnel boring machine known as Torkie broke through the headwall at the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station site, finishing the tenth and final tunnel drive for the project.
Impediments to solving gridlock are political resistance to upfront investments and our clinging to the notion that a car represents personal freedom.
The GTA's traffic woes are taking a growing toll on the city’s businesses, and their workers.
The Pembina Institute's Cherise Burda says towers aren't necessary to create density. "Density isn’t just about building highrise dorms for people in their 20s. We need midrise on the avenues,” — Toronto’s main streets — “and elsewhere. Governments need to change the rules to encourage midrise. We have lots of space in downtowns."