Tuesday’s Headlines

TRANSPORTATION
• TTC’s new service czar braces for a bumpy ride [The Star]
• The Fixer: Peeling paint and orange standards make transit shelter an eyesore [The Star]

ARCHITECTURE & DEVELOPMENT
• The ‘Manhattanization’ of downtown Toronto [Globe & Mail]
• Waterfront Toronto is moving too slowly: critics [National Post]

ROADS
• Toronto drivers have a new way to fight parking tickets [The Star]
• Get ready for another summer of construction [The Star]
• Peter Kuitenbrouwer: Does Kosower family merit a lane? [National Post]
• Toronto’s construction nightmare: Levy [The Sun]

STREETS
• Cooking up a better model [The Star]
• Rob Ford’s war on graffiti results in something less than eradication [Globe & Mail]
• Update: Yonge St. reopens after glass falls from midtown building [National Post]

NEIGHBOURHOODS
• Q&A: The Silver Snail crawling away from Queen Street [National Post]
• Will the Annex benefit from Queen West’s indie demise? [BlogTO]

URBAN GREEN
• Porter: Spring brings thaw in city’s bureaucracy on boulevard gardening [The Star]
• Whose Park Is It? [Torontoist]

OTHER NEWS
• Toronto cultural agencies fight proposal to streamline boards [Globe & Mail]
• Youth speak up at culture planning talks [OpenFile]