Monthly Archives: October 2015

The missing link

The missing link is a plan to route CP freight traffic via the CN line that roughly follows the 407 across the top of Toronto instead of via CP’s midtown line which is close to Dupont. A new line of … Continue reading

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Reduce Congestion? Charge for it.

The City is considering tolling the Gardiner and DVP for the purposes of reducing downtown congestion and raising funds to maintain those highways. I believe a highway toll is unlikely to significantly reduce downtown congestion. A toll may well persuade … Continue reading

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Crosstown Station Naming

Metrolinx have proposed some changes to station names on the Crosstown LRT and want public feedback. Go to their site to participate. I get on a Bathurst car and go along Bathurst until I come to Bathurst Station. Then I … Continue reading

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