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But gridlock and home prices don't help it much.
If we truly want Toronto to be the best city it can be, we are going to need to accept the stark reality that the way we have been approaching gridlock simply is not working. Throwing more money at the problem won't solve everything, and more transit won't fix our congestion challenges alone without fixes for other modes.
The price of traffic congestion is more than just personal time for commuters, says a report from the C.D. Howe Institute. The Canadian think-tank says governments at all levels are underestimating t...
Ontario can lead Canada in job creation again, but it's not going to happen without a plan. One of the real, achievable things we can do to get us there is to break traffic gridlock in the economic heart of Ontario: the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA). My party put this forward as one of our key proposals to kick start our economy.