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After decades of studying, designing, building and advocating, Ed Levy can be forgiven a rant or two about the state of transit building in his hometown.
A new proposed route for the Scarborough subway would promote development and save taxpayers money.
Toronto is being asked for a $95-million payment by the province’s regional transit agency to cover a part of the price of building its new airport express line – a cost that bureaucrats are warning could be the “start of many.”
Starting yesterday, trees along Yonge Street in Richmond Hill and Newmarket will be marked with spray paint and ribbons before being removed for construction of the VIVAnext Yonge Street Bus Rapidway.
The concept of a rapid transit line looping down from Bloor through downtown has been around a lot longer than the politicians debating it.
TORONTO - There was a time in our city when there was a great flurry of subway construction and openings.
When you focus on what really matters—service—much of the difference actually disappears.
“People lined up overnight to buy a unit,” recalls Marco Filice about the first condo building that went on sale a decade ago at Thornhill City Centre.
Stretching from Oakville to Ajax and north to Newmarket, metropolitan Toronto has surpassed a significant milestone, but is struggling to pull together as a region.
One of Toronto’s most stubborn myths is the notion that the suburbs never get any rapid transit.