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Featured Video Close More Video There's no money to pay for a downtown relief line yet. But Metrolinx will begin public consultations this fall as part of a preliminary study to be released in the spring on options for alleviating crowding on the
In the Friday letter to Metrolinx chair Rob Prichard, Stintz says the TTC needs to study Murray's plan to replace the aging SRT with a subway on the same route. She wants the confirmation of costs and timelines before the TTC board meets in two weeks.
At right is Transportation Minister Glen Murray, photographed in June in front of a tunnelling machine.
Gaby, Chief Engineer, Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario; and E.L. Cousins, Chief Engineer, Toronto Harbour Commission, and their respective staffs, titled Radial Railway Entrances and Rapid Transit for the City of Toronto. This profusely
Featured Video Close More Video It leaves a chalky film on the trees, fences and hydrants. It takes only a few minutes outside Anne and Ihor Turjansky's Weston home before you can taste the construction dust coating the inside of your mouth. The
Jumbo contracts are supposed to drive competition among construction companies and save Ontario tax dollars on big infrastructure projects such as roads and hospitals. The Construction and Design Alliance of Ontario which represents engineers,
Metrolinx has sent the city a letter confirming that work has effectively stopped on the conversion of the Scarborough RT to an LRT. We will not expend any more funds on the project because it no longer enjoys the essential support of our partner,
Featured Video Close Video There's a lot of talk at the city and the TTC about a relief subway line running from the east end of the Danforth to the downtown. But a west-end relief line isn't even on the list of Toronto's transit priorities, says
Save to mystar Video Perhaps fearing its green hues are so Fall 1966, GO Transit is giving its logo, buses and trains a makeover. After 47 years, GO is updating its look, said Vanessa Thomas, spokesperson for Metrolinx. The new logo will see the word
Featured Video Close Video As council prepares for yet another debate this week about subways versus light rail in Scarborough, a group of Ontario rail advocates is pushing a third option. Transport Action Ontario envisions a souped-up, electrified