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Oct 06

Public Release of Ministerial Mandate Letters

By TAO-admin | Highways & Bridges , Interurban Rail and Bus , Latest News , Northern Ontario , Ontario , Press Releases and Open Letters , Urban Transit

On October 6, 2018, Transport Action Ontario issued the following letter to Premier Ford, urging public release of the  mandate letters that are sent to all ministries. The letter can be viewed here:  TAO-LettertoFord-mandateletter2018-09 On October 6, 2018, Transport Action Ontario issued the following letter to Premier Ford, urging public release of the  mandate letters […]

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Sep 15

New Commentary explores how passenger rail service in Northern Ontario could enhance intercommunity connectivity and quality of life

By TAO-admin | Interurban Rail and Bus , Latest News , Northern Ontario , Ontario

A new commentary on the benefits of passenger rail in Northern Ontario has been published by the Northern Policy Institute.  It is authored by three close colleagues of Transport Action Ontario – Lucille Frith ( current board member), Linda Savory-Gordon (past board member) and Howie Wilcox (current board member of Transport Action Canada).   It […]

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Jan 29

Revised Ministry of Northern Development & Mines(MNDM) Needed to Include Passenger Rail

By TAO-admin | Ontario

Our affiliate organization, the Northern and Eastern Ontario Rail Network (NEORN) has issued a media release requesting the Ontario government to revise the mandate for the Ontario Ministry of Northern Development and Mines to include pursuit of passenger rail service for Northern Ontario.  This would mirror other political parties which have included passenger rail for […]

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Jan 09

Response to the Greater Golden Horseshoe Transportation Plan

By TAO-admin | Ontario

The Ontario Ministry of Transportation is developing a long-range (2051) multimodal transportation plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe.  Objectives include reducing congestion, supporting economic growth, promoting healthy lifestyles, responding to the climate change challenge and leveraging new technology.   The province is seeking public input on a draft set of long-term goals which will inform […]

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