Critics slam reports of Doug Ford's changes to Toronto relief line plan - 2019-07-23

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F182.png Critics slam reports of Doug Ford's changes to Toronto relief line plan July 23, 2019, CBC News

Critics are slamming Premier Doug Ford's transit plan, after reports that his government's new vision for a downtown relief line could be significantly different from the line the city already approved.

Reports from the Toronto Star reveal the province's vision for a subway relief line — dubbed the Ontario Line — would follow less than three kilometres of the city's proposed 7.4-kilometre path, among other changes.

"It's a mess," said Brad Bradford, TTC board member and city councillor for Beaches-East York. He said the province's vision will "throw out" years of work and money and essentially create a different plan.

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{{cite news | title = Critics slam reports of Doug Ford's changes to Toronto relief line plan | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/backlash-relief-line-ford-1.5221685 | work = CBC News | date = July 23, 2019 | accessdate = July 25, 2019 }}