Locals push back against Ontario Line above-ground design at first open house; Waterfront Toronto pushes deadline for decision on Quayside smart city project to May 20; Why does it cost $6 to replace broken Presto cards?; and more news:

Locals push back against Ontario Line above-ground design at first open house (Toronto Star)

Former TTC CEO Andy Byford resigns as New York City subway chief (CBC News)

Waterfront Toronto pushes deadline for decision on Quayside smart city project to May 20 (Toronto Star)

Repair or rebuild? That is the question for Toronto's St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts (CBC News)

Major employers can be part of solving Toronto’s housing crisis, report says (Toronto Star)

Why does it cost $6 to replace broken Presto cards? (CBC News)

Global news from our sister site, SkyriseCities.com:

Mixed-Use One Crown Place Tops Out in London (London)

Platform Continues to Rise (Calgary)

New AUPE Headquarters Structurally Complete (Edmonton)

Mixed-Use Development Proposal in Marpole Heading to Open House (Vancouver)