TTC customers will be on the hook for years to come to cover the growing cost to build the Downtown Relief Line (DRL).
Continue reading All aboard: come ride Toronto’s newest white elephant →
Transit officials in Los Angeles spent billions of dollars on a massive transit expansion, but the results have failed to live up to their expectations. Continue reading LA’s transit plans falling well short of expectations →
The TTC’s flat fare policy is outdated when compared to leading transit agencies from around the world, according to a new analysis by the Consumer Policy Institute. Continue reading TTC’s flat fare policy an outlier among world’s top transit agencies: study →
Solving traffic congestion through uneconomic transit expansion leaves transit customers picking up the tab for a problem they didn’t create. Continue reading TTC customers on the hook for congestion “solutions” →
A critical look at many of the myths surrounding the proposed Downtown Relief Line. Continue reading 6 myths surrounding the Downtown Relief Line →
(March 2, 2015) Consumer Policy Institute’s Executive Director, Brady Yauch, appeared in a column by Toronto Star’s Royson James on the Downtown Relief Line. Continue reading The D in DRL stands for disrespect and disappointment: James →
(February 26, 2015) Toronto beware: Boston’s public transit breakdown is a good example of what not to do when it comes to transit planning.
Continue reading Boston’s big (transit) dig →
Consumer Policy Institute’s Executive Director, Brady Yauch, was quoted in this article by TVO on discounted transit fares. Continue reading How discount fares could alleviate TTC overcrowding →
Toronto’s transit and civic leaders argue that transit expansion is the only way to reduce overcrowding. Singapore shows there is a better option. Continue reading Toronto take note: discounted off-peak fares a real option →
Politicians in Mississauga say they’ll support a light rail project, but only if somebody else picks up the tab. Continue reading Mississauga City Council balks at true cost of transit mega project, for good reason →