Need! - Toronto

Jul. 20, 2019
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Jennifer Keesmaat (@jen_keesmaat) tweeted at 2:26 p.m. on Sat., Jul. 20, 2019:
It's true. We have a car problem. Too many cars, not enough space for families, seniors and children to safely *be* in the city. The sooner we admit it, and change our ways, the better our quality of life will be.
(https://twitter.com/jen_keesmaat/status/1152646081714511872?s=03)

Jul. 20, 2019

"We need rapid public transit in place before we start trying to reduce vehicular traffic; and even then; public transit isn't for everyone"

Phil Prentice in response to Jennifer Keesmaat on Twitter - Jul 20'19
Jun. 21, 2019

"Buses will still be required along Eglinton when the #EglintonCrosstownLRT launches in 2021; only now they will have to share what few lanes are left with the rest of the vehicular traffic, and will be "at lower frequencies than today" #WalkRadius #CrosstownLRT #TransitTO #SmarterTracks
Changes_to_TTC_Bus_Routes_in_Eglinton_Corridor_for_Line_5_Ra.pdf"

Phil Prentice on Twitter - Jun 21'19
Jun. 20, 2019

A new survey from Forum says that commute times in the city have gone up, with transit riders and young people feeling it the most - ANDREW FRANCIS WALLACE / TORONTO STAR FILE