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Oliver Moore

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.

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Company demonstrates roadside cannabis testing device amid reports of machine’s failings
Toronto mayoral candidate Keesmaat promises to lower speed limits, target road safety
Metrolinx settles lawsuit with builders of $5.4-billion Crosstown light-rail project
The Globe and Mail
What Canada can learn from Mexico City’s bus system Subscriber content
N.Y. transportation commissioner: There’s a public hunger for better options than the automobile
Toronto rolls out photo radar in school zones
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Toronto police identify victim of shooting near CNE
City reactivates transit signal priority for streetcars along King Street
How Twitter has changed transit
Toronto mayoral challenger Jennifer Keesmaat’s transit plan pitches fast-tracked relief line and enhanced bus service
‘It’s just freedom’: How wheelchair users are setting sail
Toronto votes to pursue legal action against province’s cuts to council
Doug Ford throws Ontario elections into turmoil
Winnipeg to hold plebiscite on the future of iconic intersection
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Metrolinx chair Rob Prichard steps down to give Doug Ford a chance to name replacement
The Globe and Mail
Builders of $5.3-billion Eglinton Crosstown transit line in Toronto sue for more time and money
Bombardier executives met with skepticism as they apologize to TTC for latest issue with streetcar order
The Globe and Mail
Greyhound cancels most of its routes in Western Canada
How Toronto missed out for now on one of the hottest concepts in transportation – integrated mobility Subscriber content
Latest streetcar flaws leave TTC board reconsidering additional orders from Bombardier