Smart Track


Toronto deputy manager John Livey retires

Toronto deputy manager John Livey will be retiring from public service on April 4, 2018. Livey was responsible for corporate oversight and administrative governance. He has […]

Mayor announces $4.8 billion in federal transit funding

Toronto Mayor John Tory announced Thursday that federal money is on its way as part of the second phase of the Public Transit Infrastructure Fund. “I’m […]

What is the province pitching in for infrastructure?

Thursday, the Ontario Liberal government put forward the first balanced budget in the last decade. “This budget is fiscally responsible,” Ontario Minister of Finance Charles Sousa […]

“Motherlode” transit plan: Waterfront Transit “Reset”

The Waterfront Transit ‘Reset’ plan is open for discussion under the “motherlode” transit plan, beginning with public consultations in February and followed by a report being […]

2016 Ontario budget provides support for GTHA transit

Thursday, the 2016 Ontario budget was released with a few special tidbits for transit in the GTHA. The Ontario government is investing $13.5 billion into Regional […]

Is the Yonge Street relief line a priority for the city?

With all of this discussion surrounding Smart Track, let’s not forget that the Yonge Street subway line needs some form of relief from rush-hour subway congestion. […]

Progress Report: Connecting the city with the Smart Track

Yesterday, the Executive Committee discussed the status of the Smart Track, the new transit plan put forth by Mayor John Tory during the 2014 mayoral election. […]

The fundamental flaw in Smart Track

As Toronto’s City Council reads over a report issued (very quietly) by the city manager late Friday afternoon they must decide if the City should spend […]

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