Councillor Josh Matlow

Gridlock

13 12, 2012

The future of the Gardiner Expressway

2012-12-13T03:57:51+00:00

I believe City Council must not play a political blame game, delay or risk residents' safety. This discussion should  be completely focused on making a prudent decision about the reality of a crumbling Gardiner Expressway while responsibly considering safety, costs, our waterfront and commuters' needs. Here are a few ideas for your consideration: Ten things [...]

The future of the Gardiner Expressway2012-12-13T03:57:51+00:00
23 05, 2012

Moving Forward – Improving Public Transit and Relieving Traffic Congestion through a Regional Funding Strategy

2017-05-29T19:25:19+00:00

July 2012 Update: Moving Forward on a Regional Transit Strategy Approved at Council Council was united this week in declaring that a regional approach is the best chance we have to build and fund the transit that Torontonians need and deserve. My motion, Moving Forward: Improving Public Transit and Relieving Traffic Congestion through a Regional [...]

Moving Forward – Improving Public Transit and Relieving Traffic Congestion through a Regional Funding Strategy2017-05-29T19:25:19+00:00
22 12, 2011

City Council to take action on rush hour gridlock

2017-05-29T19:25:34+00:00

In response to a motion by Councillor Josh Matlow, seconded by Councillor Mike Layton, the City of Toronto's Public Works and Infrastructure Committee will be considering moving forward with increased fines and enforcement to Relieve Rush Hour Congestion Due to Unlawful Stopping, Standing, and Parking. You can see the January 4th, 2012 agenda item by [...]

City Council to take action on rush hour gridlock2017-05-29T19:25:34+00:00
11 10, 2011

It’s Time to Fight Toronto’s Gridlock

2011-10-11T17:51:25+00:00

Gridlock is a serious problem for Toronto’s motorists, public transit users and cyclists. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) recently noted that the Greater Toronto Area suffers from the longest work commute times in North America – costing our region’s economy an estimated $3.3 billion per year while negatively impacting on our quality [...]

It’s Time to Fight Toronto’s Gridlock2011-10-11T17:51:25+00:00
2 09, 2011

Synchronization of Traffic Signals

2011-09-02T19:56:14+00:00

September 1st,  2011   Chair & Members Public Works and Infrastructure Committee   Re: Request City Staff Report on Traffic Signal Synchronization Dear Chair and Committee Members,   I am writing to request that the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee instruct Transportation Services to report back to the Committee on the possible implementation of Synchronized [...]

Synchronization of Traffic Signals2011-09-02T19:56:14+00:00
15 08, 2011

NOTICE OF MOTION: Relieving Congestion by Increasing Fines and Enforcement for Motorists and Delivery Vehicles that Obstruct Traffic During Rush Hour Periods

2011-08-15T18:57:06+00:00

Moved by:  Councillor Matlow Seconded by:  Councillor Layton   SUMMARY: Traffic congestion is a significant problem for Toronto’s motorists, public transit users and cyclists. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) recently noted that the Greater Toronto Area suffers from the longest work commute times in North America. This congestion costs the region’s economy [...]

NOTICE OF MOTION: Relieving Congestion by Increasing Fines and Enforcement for Motorists and Delivery Vehicles that Obstruct Traffic During Rush Hour Periods2011-08-15T18:57:06+00:00
19 02, 2011

Fix the Gridlock

2017-05-29T19:25:58+00:00

City Council to take action on rush hour gridlock In response to a motion by Councillor Josh Matlow, seconded by Councillor Mike Layton, the City of Toronto's Public Works and Infrastructure Committee will be considering moving forward with increased fines and enforcement to Relieve Rush Hour Congestion Due to Unlawful Stopping, Standing, and Parking. You [...]

Fix the Gridlock2017-05-29T19:25:58+00:00
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