Tomorrow, March 16, will be a landmark day for LRT in Toronto. At 10:30 am, the TTC will unveil a plan for a large network of lines covering the city.
[I have deleted the links to preliminary articles on the Star and Globe websites as they are out of date. You can read the latest coverage by going there yourself. Amusingly, the usually well informed sources have different lists of what’s in the network to be announced Friday morning. We shall see who’s right.]
This plan provides Toronto with the missing pieces of both the Ridership Growth Strategy and the Official Plan.
The purpose of RGS was to show what could be done to improve the day-to-day TTC system quickly and without huge expense. Some fare changes have already been implemented, some service improvements, and many more are to come. Regular readers will know that I have complained that it took so long, but at least improvements are coming soon. Continue reading