All posts tagged “metrolinx

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Golden hour cranes

I was out this past Saturday evening with my Fujifilm X-T3. I usually always have it on me when I’m traveling, but less so when I’m at home. It can be harder to be a “tourist” in your own city because things don’t stand out… Read More

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Urbanizing the suburbs

Commuter rail has typically functioned as a way to bring people from the suburbs into downtown for employment, and sometimes recreation. That has typically translated into good inbound service in the mornings, good outbound service in the evenings, and mediocre service the rest of the… Read More

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But what about employment?

The Neptis Foundation here in Toronto just recently published a fantastic report looking at the regional economic structure of the Greater Golden Horseshoe area. It’s called Planning for Prosperity. In it they identity the polycentric nature of employment in the Toronto region by way of… Read More

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The London Crossrail

On Thursday afternoon the mayor of Toronto, John Tory, was in London meeting with their mayor, Boris Johnston, and talking about Toronto-London business relations, the economy, and transit. Here is the tweet: I’m meeting with @MayorofLondon this afternoon to talk Toronto-London business relations, the economy… Read More