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February 22, 2018

GO Transit gets a sustainable and digital revamp

Thursday, the provincial government announced they are taking the next steps in exploring hydrogen-powered trains, or “hydrail” as a more sustainable alternative to electric trains. A […]
February 13, 2018

Toronto approves 2018 budget, with extra funding for transit

City Council approved the Toronto 2018 budget Monday, with a special interest in transit. Included in the $11-billion operating budget budget is over $50 million for […]
January 26, 2018

Members’ dinner with Secretary Steve Orsini

The Transit Alliance was honoured to host a private members’ dinner with Steve Orsini, Secretary of the Cabinet, Head of the Ontario Public Service and Clerk of the […]
December 27, 2017

Toronto: Metrolinx reaches new contract with Bombardier for Crosstown

Over the holidays, Metrolinx negotiated new contract terms with Bombardier, the transit agency responsible for producing light rail vehicles for Toronto’s Eglinton Crosstown light rail transit […]
December 18, 2017

Monday MERX

Here are this week’s opportunities: T11PW17938 – D5-16 – Chester Station – Second Exit and Easier Access Toronto Transit Commission – Materials and Procurement Department Construction […]
December 18, 2017

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 […]
December 13, 2017

King St. data shows success after first month

The first month of the King Street Pilot program was a success — the transit corridor has seen improved service during rush hours and drivers were […]
November 21, 2017

Andy Byford resigns to take position with New York City Transit

The Transit Alliance would like to congratulate Andy Byford on his new position with the New York City Transit. New York is lucky to have acquired […]
November 14, 2017

Give King St. pilot time to work before bashing it

At Monday’s Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) board meeting, many city councillors were trying to press staff for information about the King St. Pilot Study. As of […]
November 13, 2017

Monday MERX

Here are this week’s opportunities: Integrated Project Office (IPO) – Operable Partitions PCL/ED, a Joint Venture MS – Exterior Brick Repointing Wings 000 & 200 (Contractor […]
November 9, 2017

King St. pilot to begin Nov. 12

As of Friday, Nov. 10, street parking will no longer be allowed between Jarvis and Bathurst along King Street. This is part of the King St […]
October 26, 2017
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King Street Pilot Study to begin in November

In a few weeks, King St. in downtown Toronto will become a transit-first corridor, catering to the roughly 65,000 people who commute using public transportation every […]

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