LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 29: Glenn Murray of Crystal Palace battles with Paul Robinson of Birmingham City during the npower Championship match between Crystal Palace and Birmingham City at Selhurst Park on March 29, 2013 in London, England.
I’m very pleased Glen Murray has made the observation that the plan was flawed and not supportable without the funds and he’s prepared to say, let’s relook at it
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Understanding the need for public transit
Following the Oakville Beaver’s recent series on poverty, the Halton Poverty Roundtable (HPR) commends Ontario Transportation Minister Glen Murray on his decision to extend GO train services to Oakville and Burlington to every 30 minutes. This creates gr from InsideHalton.com Read more »
Ontario not interested in Toronto subway extension, minister says
The province will not be giving Toronto a new subway extension in exchange for a deal on revenue streams to build transit, Transportation Minister Glen Murray said Thursday. Some Toronto city councillors and Liberal MPPs had hoped to convince Premier Kat from Globe and Mail Read more »
Brampton mayor’s last-minute LRT alternative stuns Mississauga Mayor Hazel McCallion
Mississauga Mayor Hazel McCallion is flabbergasted at news that Brampton Mayor Susan Fennell has proposed a last-minute alternative to the planned $1.5-billion LRT project to link the cities. “Absolutely no way,” a visibly frustrated McCallion said Wedne from Toronto Star Read more »
Wynne ‘cleans up’ after minister muses about revisiting transit plan
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has taken the unusual step of dressing down Transportation Minister Glen Murray for publicly musing about revisiting a multibillion-dollar transit plan – something that is not, in fact, on the government’s agenda. It was no from Globe and Mail Read more »
TTC chair sees a new flexibility at Queen’s Park on transit plans
Ontario Transportation Minister Glen Murray says there’s room for improvements to the province’s $34-billion transit plan for the Toronto region, as he reiterated his support for it in a statement Thursday. Already there are indications that the new flex from Globe and Mail Read more »