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March 23, 2018

Metrolinx 2041 Rapid Transit Plan Approved: future looking bright for connectivity across GTA and beyond

Metrolinx, an agency created to improve modes of transportation in the GTA as well as the Hamilton Area, has now revealed their ambitious and detailed plan […]
June 19, 2017
King st. Toronto

Transit Alliance Press Statement on King St. Pilot

PRESS STATEMENT FROM THE TRANSIT ALLIANCE “The Transit Alliance supports Toronto’s Executive Committee’s plan to push forward the King St. Pilot Study, which would see the […]
June 16, 2017
TTC bus

Express buses move forward after TTC meeting approval

Riding public transit in Toronto is smooth running for the most part, but if you are trying to get on the Dufferin bus at peak times, […]
January 27, 2017

Keesmaat announces King St. Pilot Project at Green Cities

At the Transit Alliance’s Green Cities conference, Toronto Chief Planner Jennifer Keesmaat made an important announcement: the City of Toronto has officially launched the King Street […]
December 12, 2016

Ontario government announces $334.5 million for transit

Ontario Minister of Transportation, Steven Del Duca, made an important announcement Monday morning regarding public transportation. The provincial government will be providing $334.5 million in funding […]
September 20, 2016

How are you making your commute smarter this week?

How are you making your commute smarter this week? That’s the question municipalities across the Golden Horseshoe region want you to be asking on a regular […]
September 9, 2016

What’s the deal with HOT lanes?

As of next week, drivers who have purchased a special permit will be able to use the high-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes on the QEW. These lanes […]
February 29, 2016

Relief for our streets, not just our subways

The mish-mash of honking taxi cabs, rumbling streetcars, scurrying pedestrians, lane-changing cars, cyclists, and the occasional didgeridoo player dominate the intersection of Queen and Spadina. I’m […]

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