Rapid Transit in Toronto, a Century of Plans, Progress, Politics & Paralysis. A Webbook by Edward J. Levy
Rapid Transit in Toronto, a Century of Plans, Progress, Politics & Paralysis. A Webbook by Edward J. Levy

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The Neptis Foundation has collaborated with Edward J. Levy to publish this history of rapid transit proposals for the City of Toronto. Given Neptis’s focus on regional issues, we have supported Levy’s work because it demonstrates clearly that regional rapid transit cannot function effectively without a well-designed network at the core of the region. Toronto does not yet have such a network, as you will discover through the maps and historical photographs in this interactive webbook. We hope the material will contribute to ongoing debates on the need to create such a network.

This webbook would not been produced without the vital efforts of Philippa Campsie and Brent Gilliard, who have worked with Mr. Levy over two years to organize, edit, and present the volumes of text and illustrations.

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