A new low for the Scarborough Subway champion

For 2016’s annual Torontoist Heroes and Villains feature, I nominated Toronto Councillor Glenn De Baeremaeker (Ward 38... Read More

Stand right, walk left: the escalator algorithm

When Spacing asked Torontonians for their insights into Toronto public etiquette, one of the clearest and most repeated messages we... Read More

John Tory is serving up a platform for Doug Ford 2018

Say you’re Doug Ford. Say you’re tuning in to Episode 237 of the Scarborough Subway Extension Netflix mini-series. Say you’re... Read More

EDITORIAL: It’s time to stop the Scarborough Subway

This is an editorial from the Spacing magazine team Make no mistake: the current Scarborough subway extension (SSE) plan has become... Read More

LORINC: Bombardier’s bribery problems in Europe hurt Toronto

To all the tornado chasers who spot the twisters whipping destructively across Toronto’s forlorn transit geography, add this storm... Read More

LORINC: The Scarborough subway extension’s escape hatches

When I look at the latest staff report outlining, ahem, progress on the Scarborough subway extension (SSE), I see a document... Read More

LORINC: Wynne’s U-turn on road tolls dangerous for Tory

Since the news of the Liberals’ reversal on road tolls for the Gardiner and the Don Valley Parkway began to leak last Thursday... Read More

The demise of the first “air rights” project in Toronto

When Toronto’s first subway line opened in 1954, much of track north of Bloor Street was located in a shallow, open trench. The... Read More

Metrolinx’s suburban plans for an urban transit system

At its last board meeting on December 8, Metrolinx presented an update on the status of 12 new GO Transit rail stations, all located... Read More

LORINC: John Tory’s road toll epiphany

There’s no question that Mayor John Tory deserves credit for hitching his political wagon to road tolls — on the Gardiner and the Don... Read More