TORONTO — Bruce McCuaig, president/CEO of Metrolinx, will step down after a nearly six-and-a-half-year tenure in charge of the agency responsible for transit planning in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA), the Toronto Star reports.

McCuaig's accomplishments include completing tunneling work for the $5.3-billionEglinton Crosstown LRT, implementing Presto on the TTC, launching the Union Pearson Express, and expanding the Georgetown rail corridor to vastly increase GO Transit service.

Under his watch, Metrolinx has also advanced planning for regional express rail, a massive $13.5-billion expansion of GO service that will provide the region with more frequent, electrified service. For the full story, click here.

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