The TTC's planned service changes began over the weekend, altering almost 40 routes with longer wait times for many and improved service for a few; residents of Toronto's Little Portugal are complaining about sidewalk hazards along Dundas Street West, drawing attention to what could be a larger issue in the City; Downtown drivers continue to ignore rules of King Street Transit corridor, dedicated to transit riders and cyclists, prompting calls for increased enforcement; and other news. 

Change to TTC service on almost 40 routes started Sunday (Toronto Star)

Sidewalk hazards on Dundas West could be just the tip of a city-wide problem (CBC)

‘People don’t look’: Motorists breaking rules on Toronto King Street transit corridor (Global News)

From a planned 22 stations to five. How did John Tory’s $8-billion SmartTrack public transit plan go off the rails? (Toronto Star)

City of Mississauga rejects applications for 2 residential towers because proposed buildings are too tall (CBC)

Ontario calls on Ottawa to match $1-billion for Ring of Fire critical minerals in federal budget (Globe and Mail)

Reversing course on transit plans is a Toronto tradition. So why not the Gardiner too? (Toronto Star)

Toronto set to decide on fate of High Park: Will cars be kicked to the curb? (CBC)

Thousand of Ontarians without power after windstorm (Global News)

Canada must now build on EV investments (Toronto Star)

Advocates vow to make Gardiner Expressway East rebuild a key issue in mayoral campaign (CBC)

Canada isn’t broken, but it will be if we don’t make the right decisions (Globe and Mail)