Tuesday’s headlines

GETTING AROUND
• AutoShare comes to the burbs [Toronto Star]
• Pearson’s cable-propelled transit LINK is TTC rider’s dream [Toronto Star]

CP STRIKE
• GO Transit disruptions possible if CP Rail strike takes place [Toronto Star]
• CP strike would disrupt Milton GO service [The Sun]

BUILDINGS
• Hume: Is Toronto having a mid-rise crisis? [Toronto Star]
• Neighbours ‘going to war’ over plans for University of Toronto residence [Globe and Mail]
• Affordable housing: It’s not just for government anymore, roundtable report says [Toronto Star]

STREETS
• The Fixer: Someone needs to draw the lines on Sherbourne St. for pedestrians, drivers [Toronto Star]
• Cabbies gripe about T.O.’s streets [The Sun]

OTHER NEWS
• Art of the Danforth: Paintfight turns street into messy human canvas [Toronto Star]
Portraits of a PaintFight [National Post]
• Environment minister’s office urged bureaucrats to blame media for recycling controversy [National Post]
• Past Pieces of Toronto: The Mynah Bird [Open File]

One comment

  1. “Pearson’s cable-propelled transit LINK is TTC rider’s dream.”

    It goes a whole 1500 metres and carries an astounding 42 passengers per train. Oh, and it’s one train per track. Dream on.

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