"At some point, you'd think the driver would have said, 'Hmm, this ain't right.'"
In the name of beautifying streets and the desire to create urban promenades, we often end up with poorly planned arterials that subject pedestrians and others to unnecessary safety risks. Look no further than the Front Street at Union Station in Toronto, where every morning a flood of commuters inundates the neighbouring streets.
Thousands of commuters were stranded as GO Transit shut down service.
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If a Presto card is just as important as your bank cards and the Quiet Zone is the best part of your commute, you know you're a GO Transit user. A division of Metrolinx, GO Transit is spread across th...
An iconic Canadian railway station and travel hub could get a very different name if one Toronto politician gets his way. On Tuesday, Toronto councillor Denzil Minnan-Wong made a motion to the city's...
TORONTO - Ontario's transportation minister says the province is on track to begin construction of a new express station linking train service to Pearson International Airport.Glen Murray says work wi...
During a brief vacation away with my Greek immigrant parents in sunny Florida, I had the serenity to engage them in several wonderful lengthy chats about their past (always a favourite topic of mine) and to quietly observe them. These are the additional gems that I have gained from my parents' experiences.
Service has resumed on part of the Yonge Street subway line in Toronto after severe flooding forced the shut down of a section of the system. The subway line was closed around 1 p.m. from Osgoode stat...