Fourteen ways to fix the GTA in 2014
December 30, 2013
Many of us make personal resolutions at the end of the year, but what if you could make resolutions for the City of Toronto? The Globe and Mail asked 14 people, including our city planner, Chef Mark McEwen and Sheldon Levy, the president of Ryerson University, what changes they’d like to see in 2014.
Not surprisingly, a few of them involve solving the gridlock issue, planning and committing to better public transit and improving bike lanes. The other suggestions range from making it easier for volunteers to clean up public parks (right now people have to pay for a permit!) and redesign the city logo.
What resolution resonates most with you?
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