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September 20, 2012

Analysis: Group commuting up

Additionally, approximately two-thirds saw jumps in residents using public transit, while driving to work alone dropped in about two-thirds, or more than 200 metropolitan areas.


March 7, 2012

New Toronto commission to debate subways

The Toronto Council's decision to reconstitute the commission came in the wake of the move by a group of Ford loyalists to fire the TTC GM Gary Webster, who had spoken out against Ford's subway plan at a special council meeting last month.


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