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TTC’s ridership growth strategy lacklustre, requires funding

Posted on April 23rd, by Julie Fader in Lessons for the GTHA, Discussion. No Comments

Move the GTHA member Shelagh Pizey-Allen of TTCriders put out an op-ed in the Toronto Star in February 2018 arguing that the TTC’s Ridership Growth Strategy merely explains what the TTC will study this year

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Ontario budget promises new transit and GO discounts, but TTC riders won’t see better service

Posted on April 23rd, by Julie Fader in Lessons for the GTHA, Discussion. No Comments

Following the release of the Ontario Liberal Party’s 2018 budget, Move the GTHA member Shelagh Pizey-Allen of TTCriders put out an op-ed in toronto.com arguing that promised investments in transit will not deliver increased

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Collective impact: Improving public transit in Hamilton

Posted on April 18th, by Julie Fader in Lessons for the GTHA, Discussion. No Comments

Move the GTHA members The Atmospheric Fund and Environment Hamilton published a blog post on improving public transit in Hamilton. Using collective impact, Environment Hamilton can bring a diversity of voices

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Public transit benefits everyone — even those who don’t use it

Posted on April 18th, by Julie Fader in Lessons for the GTHA, Discussion. No Comments

Move the GTHA member Kim Perrotta, executive director of Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment, released an op-ed in the Toronto Star in March 2018 arguing that by investing

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What it will take to make Metrolinx transit plan a reality

Posted on April 18th, by Julie Fader in Lessons for the GTHA, Discussion. No Comments

Move the GTHA members Peter Miasek of Transport Action Ontario and Gideon Forman of David Suzuki Foundation released an op-ed in the Toronto Star in November 2017 on the challenges

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Update on Funding Gaps for Transit in the GTHA

Posted on April 18th, by Julie Fader in Lessons for the GTHA, Discussion, Reports & Studies. No Comments

In December 2017, Move the GTHA member organization Transport Action Ontario released a second update report and backgrounder on funding gaps for transit in the GTHA.  It reflects an assumed

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Getting on Board

Posted on April 18th, by Julie Fader in Civic Engagement, Lessons for the GTHA, Discussion, Reports & Studies. No Comments

A report released by Move the GTHA member Pembina Institute in March 2017 examines engagement and planning processes around ongoing rapid transit projects in four Ontario communities to better understand the

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“Are We There Yet?” Move the GTHA Releases New Report on the State of Transit Investment in the GTHA

Posted on August 16th, by Michelle German in Featured, Discussion. No Comments

A report released on August 16, 2016 by Move the GTHA reveals a $30 billion capital funding gap to build our rapid regional transportation network, plus billions more needed for

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GTHA transportation coalition reacts to Vancouver referendum result

Posted on July 3rd, by Move the GTHA in Featured, Discussion. No Comments

Result shows that support for revenue tools for transportation takes time to build

TORONTO—The result of Metro Vancouver’s transit referendum provides an important lesson for other Canadian municipalities: more public education

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Statement from Move the GTHA on the Gardiner Expressway Removal

Posted on June 2nd, by Move the GTHA in Featured, Discussion. No Comments

June 2nd, 2015 – Members of Move the GTHA, a group of leading organizations working on transportation issues in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Region, released the following statement today:

On

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