Category Archives for "Ontario"

Jun 25

Ontario’s Climate Change Action Plan – TAO Comments

By TAO-admin | Interurban Rail and Bus , Letters , Ontario , Urban Transit

  Ontario’s Climate Change Action Plan (CCAP) was released in June, 2016.   TAO has been actively involved, both through the Move the GTHA collaborative and as an individual organization.   TAO supports much of the CCAP.  However, we have identified two significant concern areas related to transportation: No consideration was given for increased role of […]

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Jun 25

State of Transit Investment in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area

By TAO-admin | Ontario , Urban Transit

    Transport Action Ontario is a core member of the Move the GTHA (MTGTHA) collaborative, a diverse group of organizations from health, labour, business, policy, environmental and citizen advocacy working together to build awareness, engagement and education in support of investment in the GTHA’s transportation system.   The collaborative intends to release a report […]

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May 29

Proposed New Ontario Land Use Policies in the Greater Golden Horseshoe are Significant

By TAO-admin | Highways & Bridges , Interurban Rail and Bus , Ontario , Urban Transit

   In 2015, the Province of Ontario initiated a coordinated review of four key land use plans, including the Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe (GGH) and the Greenbelt Plan.   In December, the Crombie Advisory Panel released its recommendations on how to amend and improve these Plans.  The November/December issue of Ontario Report discussed the Crombie […]

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May 28

Toronto Council will be without Reliable Fare Information for Key Transit Network Decision

By TAO-admin | Letters , Ontario , Urban Transit

Toronto Council will be voting in July to approve a new rapid transit network.  A cautionary note was sent to key Councillors indicating that the decision should be deferred until Metrolinx-lead work on fare integration is complete.   The letter is reproduced below: In July, Council will be asked to approve a conceptual transit network […]

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