Four years, four ideas each to improve the lives of pedestrians, cyclists and transit users.
It adds up to 12 proposals at the centre of a new campaign launched Tuesday by a coalition of active transportation and environmental advocates anxious that their cause be part of the upcoming municipal election.
Building a Toronto that Moves is a series of actions that city council should take to release the city from the misery and lost productivity of gridlock, says the coalition.
NEWS: Faster moving Toronto needs biking, walking and transit focus
June 3, 2014 by
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