Transit and Transportation

  • Assessing Bloor and Dupont for Possible Bike Lanes

    There has been a great deal of interest expressed by many in the community – both cyclists and business owners along Bloor St. - who want to see Bike lanes implemented on Bloor St.
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  • Relief is en route for 29 Dufferin bus!

      UPDATE (March 10, 2013): Articulated buses began running along the 29 Dufferin route and I look forward to hopping on board and speaking with riders to learn about the difference these new vehicles have made and how we can continue to make the TTC experience better. --------------- As your voice at City Hall, I advocated to ensure that the 29 Dufferin route would be among the first to receive articulated ("bendy") buses, and last week TTC CEO Andy Byford...
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  • TTC Priority Streetcar Track Maintenance - Dundas Street West and Sterling Road Area

    Beginning on Tuesday, October 15, 2013 and continuing for approximately 6 weeks, the TTC will be carrying out priority streetcar track maintenance in the area of Dundas/College/Sterling/Lansdowne area. This work will require temporary changes to the 505 Dundas and 506/306 Carlton streetcar service west of Lansdowne Avenue.
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  • Dufferin Station Modernization Milestone

    This morning the Dufferin Station Modernization project reached a major milestone of opening two new Second Exits for public use.
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  • New TTC Bendy Bus Arrives in Toronto

    "I advocated to ensure that the 29 Dufferin bus route would be among the first to receive articulated ("bendy") buses, one of which has recently arrived in Toronto for testing. At the end of June, 2013 I brought TTC CEO Andy Byford for a ride-along the 29 Dufferin route in order to show him the bunching of buses, which create the famous Dufferin caravans, along the route. Sure enough, CEO Byford and I witnessed 4 buses arrive at Dufferin Station,...
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  • The Logic of Express-Local Service to Pearson

    With electrification of existing rail lines, it becomes possible to combine a fast regional express with local services...  
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  • Media Coverage on New Downtown Relief Line Proposal

    On Wednesday, July 24th, TTC Chair Karen Stintz brought forward a motion "That TTC CEO Andy Byford initiate discussions with appropriate Metrolinx staff to determine the feasibility of using the Georgetown and Lakeshore East Transit GO Transit corridors for the Downtown Relief Line, as part of the Downtown Relief Line environmental assessment." I am pleased that this motion was passed by TTC Board members, and that since its passing it has received positive media attention. I will continue working to ensure...
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  • Scarborough Subway Decision

    I strongly believe that the best way to break our current grid-lock and keep our City moving forward is to build a fast, efficient and well-connected public transportation network that stretches across all areas of Toronto. As we strive to serve more areas of Toronto with transit it is important that we build new lines with City-wide vision plus respect for local circumstances and the inclusion of different modes – subway, LRT, streetcar and bus.
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  • Transit Relief for Downtown West?

    In my recent response on the Scarborough Subway debate, I said:"I am now working to turn Council's attention to the downtown relief line and addressing the local circumstances and preferences of downtown west. 
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  • Closure of Dufferin Street Bridge Over Rail Corridor

    Closure Date: June 12, 2013 Opening of temporary bridge: To be determined Effective June 12, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. the City of Toronto will be closing the Dufferin Street Bridge over the GO Transit/Metrolinx Rail Corridor, south of Springhurst Ave. The bridge will be closed to all vehicular traffic. While the existing structure has been found to be unsafe for vehicular traffic, it is safe for pedestrians and cyclists, who will continue to have access to the bridge until further...
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