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Comparing Transit City to Rob Ford's plan for the TTC Add to ...

The Toronto Environmental Alliance took aim at Mayor Rob Ford's transit plans on Monday.
It said that the Transit City plan he scrapped would have provided 52 kilometres of light-rail transit instead of the 25 kilometres of LRT under a revised plan.
The new plan would see an all-underground Eglinton line, a replacement for the existing Scarborough rapid transit line and extensions to the existing Sheppard subway. Estimated total cost: $13.8-billion.

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