Councillor Josh Matlow

Push to see value-for-money analysis of Scarborough subway rejected

Friday, October 27, 2017
Jennifer Pagliaro
Toronto Star

Toronto is set to build a one-stop subway in Scarborough and there are questions about whether it will be money well spent. The city has never done a value-for-money audit of the subway plan.

The city’s audit committee has rejected a push to conduct a value-for-money analysis of the Scarborough subway.

On Friday, a motion from Councillor Josh Matlow for that comparison of the approved, one-stop, $3.35 billion subway extension to the seven-stop LRT alternative failed in a 1-4 vote. Councillors Christin Carmichael Greb, Michael Ford, Stephen Holyday, and Chin Lee voted against it.

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