~ a growing and changing community
The City of Toronto is looking at ways to make public transit more affordable for people with low incomes. City staff want to hear what residents who make less than $36,000 a year think about different discount options.
More information about the initiative and a link to the survey can be found at www.toronto.ca/toprosperity, under Transit Fare Equity.
The survey is available in 12 languages.
Community Development Officer
Community Development Unit
Social Development, Finance & Administration
City Hall ,100 Queen Street West,East Tower, 15th Floor
Toronto, ON, M5H 2N2
MPP Laura Albanese, Councillor Di Giorgio and Councillor Frances Nunziata are hosting a meeting to discuss transit plans for our area with a specific focus on SmartTrack. Throughout the City, meetings are being held so that residents can learn more about integrated transit planning and provide feedback on key projects and studies underway.
The details are as follows:
Monday, February 29th, 2016 at 7pm
York Civic Centre
2700 Eglinton Ave. West