Metrolinx.

Advancing the Economic Case for the Metrolinx Investment Strategy.

Includes bibliographical references. A presentation on the current and projected cost of road congestion in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area and the economic benefits of the Metrolinx Investment Strategy and implementation of The Big Move. Subject(s): Traffic congestion - Economic aspects - Ontario - Toronto Region., Traffic congestion - Economic aspects - Ontario - Hamilton Region., Transportation - Ontario - Toronto Region - Planning., Transportation - Ontario - Hamilton Region - Planning. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: Dec. 15, 2014.

Brampton Queen St. Rapid Transit

'The new proposed Züm expansion would be a rapid transit service operating in its own dedicated lane, and would therefore be faster and more reliable service. Upgrading to a rapid transit service along the Queen Street corridor is a key component of Brampton's long-term vision for transportation in the city. It is expected that ridership along the corridor will reach 17 million by 2031.

Brampton Queen St. Rapid Transit. (French content)

'The new proposed Züm expansion would be a rapid transit service operating in its own dedicated lane, and would therefore be faster and more reliable service. Upgrading to a rapid transit service along the Queen Street corridor is a key component of Brampton's long-term vision for transportation in the city. It is expected that ridership along the corridor will reach 17 million by 2031.

Brampton Queen Street Rapid Transit benefits case

Includes bibliographical references. 'The Brampton Queen Street Rapid Transit project was identified in The Big Move as a Metrolinx priority project. The project envisions rapid transit between Downtown Brampton and Vaughan Metropolitan Centre along Queen Street. The Brampton Queen Street Rapid Transit BCA examined four options: full Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), full Light Rail Transit (LRT), and partial BRT and LRT configurations. Results indicated that all four options could accommodate the long-term travel demand and growth in this corridor.

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