This man is suspected of throwing coffee on a TTC bus driver June 8, 2016.
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VIDEO: Man throws coffee on TTC bus driver in Vaughan

Driver asked man to leave bus based on previous encounter, sparking incident

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WhatsOn | Jul 26, 2016

Community invited to Coxwell TTC mural design open house

A design open house on a new mosaic mural that will be installed this summer on the concrete wall surrounding the Coxwell...

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Transit | Jul 24, 2016

VIA’s Windsor-Quebec stations, maintenance yards get $34 million from feds

Upgrades are coming to VIA Rail’s stations and maintenance facilities in the Windsor-Quebec rail corridor. Federal...
News | Jul 22, 2016
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TRAFFIC WATCH: Beaches Jazz Festival, BIG on Bloor, Somali Festival and more will affect traffic and TTC service this weekend

BEACHES INTERNATIONAL JAZZ FESTIVAL The festival reaches its crescendo this weekend, with performances scheduled through...

City Centre Mirror
News | Jul 21, 2016

Cherry Street bridge closed for emergency repairs

Starting tonight, part of the Cherry Street Bridge will be closed over the Keating Channel for emergency repairs. Workers...

Beach Mirror
Transit | Jul 21, 2016

College and Lansdowne closed for TTC track repair

The area around College Street and Lansdowne Avenue will be closed until Monday, Aug. 8 to allow for TTC track replacement...

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News | Jul 21, 2016

TTC subway disruptions planned for Line 2 in Toronto’s east-end

Subway service between Broadview and Main Street stations will be affected on Sunday, July 24 due to track work. All...

Beach Mirror
Jul 20, 2016

Etobicoke Councillor Mark Grimes says he wants to meet with developer First Capital Realty to negotiate transit hub on former Mr. Christie’s plant

With tens of thousands expected to take up residence in the Humber Bay Shores area, the time to build transit is now, says a...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment | by Rahul Gupta
Jul 20, 2016

TOinTransit: Air conditioned Toronto Rocket trains make appearance on TTC’s Line 2

Faced with frustrated and sweltering transit riders due to a lack of air conditioning on its subway trains, the TTC has...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment
Jul 19, 2016

Traffic snarl on Don Valley Parkway and Hwy 401 caused by overturned truck carrying salad dressing

The westbound on-ramp to Highway 401 where the northbound Don Valley Parkway meets Highway 404 is closed at this hour after...

North York Mirror | Add Comment | by Joanna Lavoie
Jul 15, 2016

TRAFFIC WATCH: Toronto Indy, Caribbean festival and a “stubway” transit closure

TTC—LINE 4 SHEPPARD The “stubway” gets its own closure this weekend between Sheppard-Yonge and Bayview stations. As of...

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Jul 15, 2016

Province announces double-decker GO bus additions

It appears the province of Ontario is doubling down on the double-deckers. Announced today, new, fully accessible,...

Vaughan Citizen | Add Comment | by Amanda Persico
Jul 15, 2016

Banning walking and texting among safety measures backed by Toronto council

Toronto Council has approved a new safety plan intended to reduce pedestrian and cyclist fatalities on Toronto roads....

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Rahul Gupta
Jul 14, 2016

Scarborough’s Frank Faubert Wood Lot at McCowan and Ellesmere will not be ruined during subway construction

The Scarborough Subway won’t ruin the Frank Faubert Wood Lot, and that has Glenn De Baeremaeker relieved. As a younger...

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Jul 13, 2016

Province of Ontario announces the installation of 500 new Electric Vehicle stations

A network of charging stations to accommodate burgeoning Electric Vehicle (EV) usage will be in place by next spring, the...

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Jul 13, 2016

Mayor John Tory makes case for Scarborough Subway as Toronto Council debates its future

Toronto Council is in the midst of debating the future of the Scarborough subway extension — which it appears will cost...

Scarborough Mirror | 1 Comment | by David Nickle
Jul 12, 2016

TOinTransit: Getting Presto in the hands of patrons discussed at TTC board meeting

The TTC is developing a smartphone app to report harassment. CEO Andy Byford said the new app will make it possible to...

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