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Toronto Sun, September 16, 2014

Province to release own timetable on GTA transit projects

Municipal candidates with transit dreams will have to wait their turn. Ontario Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca said his ministry will try to knit together the municipal wishlists across the Greater Toronto Area but intends to release its own timetable by the end of the year for when projects are built during the next decade . . .

Vaughan Citizen, September 9, 2014

Whole new world underground for TTC crews constructing Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station

From the surface, it doesn't look like much. When you step on to the site of the future Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station, which will act as end-of-the-line for the Toronto York Spadina Subway extension, it doesn’t appear all that different from any number of other construction projects on the go across the GTA... All of that changes, however, as you approach the trench. .

The Globe and Mail, August 26, 2014

Want to slim down? Take transit

People who take public transportation to work tend to be thinner than those who ride in their own cars, according to a study from Britain. The new findings – including that taking public transportation was just as beneficial as walking or biking, the other “active commuting” modes – point to significant health benefits across society if more people left their cars at home, researchers say.

Aurora Banner, July 18, 2014

Newmarket passes growth plan

Newmarket is preparing itself for the next 20 years with the passage of an urban centres secondary plan, according to several town council members. Council approved the plan, which outlines the path for growth and development in the Yonge Street and Davis Drive urban corridors. .

CBC News, July 17, 2014

Vaughan Metropolitan Centre expected to be centre of development

Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station serves a city centre that has yet to materialize. The station itself is expected to kick start development of a future residential and work hub that should reach a population density never before seen in York Region. Paul Raff Studio embedded their “Atmospheric Lense” artwork into the station’s entry pavilion dome to create the effect of a large, overhead low-relief sculpture.