Global cities have world class transportation systems. We need our people, goods and services moving swiftly across our region.
Enhancing the region’s transportation infrastructure continues has been the Board’s longest running advocacy issue and continues to be a high priority for the business community. Congestion remains high, costing us billions of dollars in lost productivity each year.
Latest Notable Projects & Initiatives
- Superlinx Revisited
In an update to its 2017 Superlinx concept, the Board is putting forward recommendations on alternative paths to get to a more regionalized transit system for the Toronto region.
Movement of Goods Series – A multi-stage initiative to address the state of goods movement in the Corridor
Building Regional Transportation Now – As part of the Think Twice, Vote Once – Decision 2014 campaign, the Board proposed actionable ideas to break the region’s crippling gridlock.
The Business of Delivering Transit – The Board’s second Annual Transportation Summit brought 300 city builders, business leaders and government officials to discuss how to maximize the opportunities present in the implementation of the largest infrastructure investment in the region’s history.
The Economic Value of Airports – In this position paper, the Canadian Global Cities Council (CGCC) called for airport policy reform to align Canada with global best practices, and for our international airports to be factored into transit infrastructure planning by all levels of government.
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