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Toronto's TTC subway system (DARRYL JAMES/Darryl James/ The Globe and Mail)
Toronto's TTC subway system (DARRYL JAMES/Darryl James/ The Globe and Mail)

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Three politicians, three cases of Toronto transit frustration Add to ...

From his first day in office, when he scrapped the Transit City project, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford had a vision of transit in the city. He'd bury the Eglinton Crosstown line from end to end, fulfilling his campaign promise to provide subways to frustrated Torontonians. In March, 2011, he renegotiated funding from the provincial government. <p>Here's the catch: Mr. Ford never presented that deal to city council. <br/><br/>During the past three months, politicians and regular Torontonians alike have been caught in public transit limbo since Ford ally Karen Stintz broke ranks and spoke out against subways. Here's a guide to the main players</p>

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