Alexander Dennis Ltd. to open chassis assembly plant as part of deal with Metrolinx for 253 double-decker buses
Tool to raise money to build infrastructure across the province will be unveiled in next week’s fall economic update
Drivers in the Toronto-Hamilton area are paying about $1 billion more in fees and taxes than the annual cost of construction, maintenance and policing
The locomotives ordered by Ontario’s public transit agency will run engines that meet Tier 4 emission standards and will be built in Boise, Idaho.
Industry group says Ontario’s roads and highways need just as much attention and investment as transit.
A new payroll tax, a “land value capture” and a fee for every kilometres traveled are all on the list of ways for Ontario to pay for GTA public transit.
Also announced $293-million order for five Global 6000 business jets
Revitalization of network will create “significant” new economic opportunities in Ontario’s north
Critics say $120-million rail car refurbishment contract should stay in Ontario to save jobs and boost tax revenues