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Adam Martin-Robbins - Vaughan Citizen, September 29, 2015

More bus rapid transit on the way along Hwy. 7

Construction of dedicated bus lanes along one of Vaughan’s busiest east-west roads — which has clogged up traffic for the past two years — is expected to continue until 2020.

Toronto Star, September 28, 2015

Presto! Toronto is joining the smart card shift

My first public transit memory is my first unlimited bus pass. Ever since, I've always cared more about where transit goes than about finding tokens and tickets to pay for it. No matter where I am, I want the unlimited transit option.

Newmarket Era, August 17, 2015

Davis Drive, Newmarket selfie contest starts

#mydavisdrive hashtag with photo enters you in contest - Take a pic with items purchased at a Davis Drive business and you could win some swag.The Town of Newmarket, Newmarket Chamber of Commerce and vivaNext have teamed up to host the #mydavisdrive selfie contest, which runs Aug. 17 to Sept. 20.

Toronto Star,

TTC rolls out talking buses

Vehicles automatically say their destinations when the front doors open. Talking buses and forward-facing dashboard cameras, already in use in York Region, and other North American transit systems, were among the measures the TTC said it would test in the wake of the death of Amaria Diljohn, 14, last December.

Newmarket Era, July 30, 2015

Disabled people cannot walk Newmarket’s Davis Drive, senior says

Carol Coffey is visually impaired and requires the use of a cane to walk. As a 79-year-old cancer survivor, the Mount Albert resident has regular medical appointments at offices located along Davis Drive, between Southlake Regional Health Centre and The Tannery Mall — right in the heart of the ongoing $260-million road reconstruction project.

Richmond Hill Liberal, July 27, 2015

Two transit projects will move us forward

Gridlock and traffic congestion are always a concern to our community — residents and businesses, alike. I’d like to bring you up to speed on transit projects in Richmond Hill that are certain to help. In June, Metrolinx announced it will move forward with the Yonge North Subway Extension project. Metrolinx’s Yonge Relief Network Study recommended the project be advanced to 15 per cent preliminary design and engineering.