Already plagued by two serious project delays, manufacturer says government shift on supplying Finch line could have ‘very critical’ impact
Sep 28, 2016
Competitive bids allegedly offered vehicle procurement options
Sep 28, 2016
The TTC is saying they can meet the mayor’s directive to find 2.6 per cent in cuts, mostly by spending less than expected on health care, but warn that a far bigger budget hole remains to be filled.
Sep 16, 2016
Board of trade report suggests putting the brakes on parking authority expansion so revenue can be redirected
Sep 14, 2016
TTC is promising only that the situation will be improved by next summer, not necessarily fixed
Sep 07, 2016
After four generations, and against an influx of big-box competition, the Douro-based general store has closed its doors for good
Sep 04, 2016
There will be 500 permits issued at first, with as many as 1,000 possible in the future
Aug 26, 2016
Metrolinx is warning the public about a scam involving the Presto fare card, which is currently being rolled out across the Toronto transit system.
Aug 19, 2016
Taxi groups lashed out at the time it was taking to issue the permit, with a protest planned for Wednesday
Aug 16, 2016
For transit planners, perceptions of overcrowding must be taken into consideration when trying to attract new riders
Jul 28, 2016
Oliver Moore joined the Globe and Mail's web newsroom in 2000 as an editor and then moved into reporting. A native Torontonian, he served four years as Atlantic Bureau Chief and has worked also in Afghanistan, Grenada, France, Spain and the United States. In 2012 he was part of a team of Globe reporters nominated for a National Newspaper Award for coverage of a murder-suicide that rocked Alberta and Prince Edward Island.