Transit and transportation rank high on election priority list for local voters

Transit and transportation rank high on election priority list for local voters

Published on September 30, 2015

It’s a problem that has gripped the Greater Toronto and Hamilton areas: Highways and arterial roads are gridlocked. Commuters are in a jam. Traffic is costing businesses $6 billion in productivity every year...

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