Shoshanna Saxe is a civil engineer from Toronto. She is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Cambridge.

To interchange or not to interchange: Spadina vs. St. George?

Toronto’s four subway routes are easy to navigate. Trains always run the same routes and there are only five interchange stations... Read More

Building the Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension

The Toronto York Spadina Subway Extension (TYSSE) is advancing towards completion in the Northwest end of the city. The project is now... Read More

Remembering an Olympic scramble intersection party

As City Council considers removal of the scramble at Bay and Bloor, many issues are up for debate: safety, usage levels and traffic... Read More

Remember the greenhouse gases

Toronto’s intense debate about transit and mobility has focused on access, cost and travel speed. Another important issue, one that’s... Read More

Toronto’s swelling bedrock

In general, Toronto is a relatively easy place to build underground. Our glacial history left the city with stiff clayey soil and our... Read More

That time when Toronto’s subway was the best in North America

With this post, Spacing Toronto welcomes a new contributor, Shoshanna Saxe. Shoshanna is a proud Torontonian and a civil engineer... Read More