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TOinTransit: Higher rate of cyclists and pedestrians struck by cars than reported

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It seems the number of cycling and pedestrian collisions this year is much more than what has...

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News | 22 hours ago
Toronto's busiest and most dangerous intersections

Toronto Mayor John Tory unveils plan to ease congestion at 'hotspot' intersections

Mayor John Tory launched the second phase of his congestion management plan Monday, Sept. 26 to improve traffic headaches in...

Bloor West Villager | by Fannie Sunshine
Transit | Sep 23, 2016
Zoo Run

TRAFFIC WATCH: Oasis Zoo Run, Bells on Bloor and a massive subway closure this weekend

TTC—LINE 1 Much of the downtown U portion of the Yonge-University line, from Bloor-Yonge to Osgoode stations, is closed...

City Centre Mirror
News | Sep 22, 2016
LAMP Transit and Traffic meeting

South Etobicoke's transit future is getting clearer

Wayne Murray just wants an answer to what he feels is a straightforward question: When will new transit come to South...

Etobicoke Guardian | by Rahul Gupta
Transit | Sep 21, 2016
Solving the Last Mile

Ryerson University hosts sold-out discussion panel on 'last mile' dilemma

It’s something urban planners have grappled with for decades: how to improve the last mile of travel between a transit...

York Guardian | by Rahul Gupta
Transit | Sep 20, 2016

TOinTransit: Lukewarm response to HOT lanes

A road toll advocacy group is lukewarm on the province’s first-ever HOT lane. The High Occupancy Toll lane was recently...

Etobicoke Guardian | by Rahul Gupta
News | Sep 19, 2016

Eglinton West subway station reopened following a suspicious package investigation

TTC users on the University subway line experienced a delay due to a suspicious package investigation at Eglinton West...

York Guardian | by Justin Skinner
Sep 19, 2016

Uber to develop own maps for Toronto and GTA

Starting Monday, Uber will have dozens of cars on road taking images, figuring out best pick-up and drop-off spots.

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Vanessa Lu
Sep 18, 2016

Police seek help in subway sexual assault investigation

Toronto police are looking to the public for information in a sexual assault investigation regarding an incident in the...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Justin Skinner
Sep 18, 2016

WestJet flight grounded in Toronto due to iguana troubles

WestJet was forced to ground a flight headed from Toronto to Vancouver after a passenger brought some unlikely stowaways on...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Justin Skinner
Sep 16, 2016

TRAFFIC WATCH: Open Streets TO, Toronto 10-Miler race highlight this weekend’s road closures

TTC—LINE 1 The Yonge-University line gets a second successive weekend subway closure for re-signalling work, this time in...

York Guardian | Add Comment | by Rahul Gupta
Sep 15, 2016

TOinTRANSIT: OptIons for Davenport refuses to give up fight against Diamond rail crossing

Options for Davenport says it joined an advisory group for the Davenport Diamond rail bridge, which it opposes, to make sure...

Bloor West Villager | Add Comment | by Rahul Gupta
Sep 15, 2016

High-occupancy toll (HOT) roads now in effect on QEW between Oakville and Burlington

The high-occupancy toll (HOT) road on Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) between Oakville and Burlington begins today, Thursday,...

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Sep 15, 2016

Community confident Metrolinx will shelve plans for natural gas plant to power Eglinton Crosstown

Metrolinx is hinting at a cleaner energy alternative for an unpopular natural gas plant it’s proposing to build as a backup...

York Guardian | Add Comment | by Rahul Gupta
Sep 14, 2016

Scarborough Transit Activists get together to discuss mobilizing against possible TTC budget cuts

Scarbororough transit activist Brenda Thompson senses something is different. “There’s something happening here,” said...

Scarborough Mirror | 1 Comment | by Rahul Gupta
Sep 12, 2016

LAMP to talk transit, traffic and gridlock at Etobicoke meeting

Traffic, transit and gridlock in south Etobicoke will be hot topics at LAMP Community Health Centre’s annual general meeting...

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Sep 11, 2016

VIDEO: TTC bus driver under investigation over phone use while driving

A TTC bus driver is being investigated after a video posted on YouTube on Saturday appeared to show the driver using a phone...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Alina Bykova

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