TORONTO- Toronto Mayor John Tory announced that construction on a section of the Gardiner Expressway will finish two months ahead of schedule at an extra cost of $2-million.
TORONTO-The Toronto Trucking Association has issued a warning to city truckers: come January 1, the City of Toronto will be applying a new “zero tolerance” towing policy, applied to any drivers who block major routes during rush hour.
TORONTO- Newly-elected Toronto Mayor John Tory has six changes that he claims will ease up Big Smoke’s gridlock, according to reports.
TORONTO – The City of Toronto is considering narrowing some street lanes to slow down drivers and make the streets safer, but the Ontario Trucking association cautions that reducing lane width might increase the risk of collisions.
TORONTO — There’s still a lot that’s up in the air concerning the $50 billion Metrolinx transit-transportation plan, but if proponents ever hope to complete even a handful of the 100 proposed projects, there’s little doubt that drivers are the ones who will eventually be asked to foot the bill.
TORONTO – The Ontario Trucking Association (OTA) is coming out of the gate motors blazing for its 87th annual Convention and Executive Forum.
TORONTO — As part of the increased security measures during the G-20 summit, certain parts of downtown Toronto will be off limits for dangerous goods haulers.
TORONTO — Anybody working in a position related to the maintenance and replacement of moveable capital assets will benefit from a two-day program being offered at the University of Toronto called “Fleet Maintenance and Replacement: Optimizing Life-Cycle Decisions”.
TORONTO — A team of armed thieves hijacked a tractor-trailer, took the driver and his partner on a three-hour joyride in a van, blindfolded, and then finally released the pair, unharmed, in a mall parking lot at the other end of Toronto.
TORONTO, ON – Canada’s national truck show, Truck World, annually brings together hundreds of exhibitors to create 300, 000 sq. feet of trucks, equipment and technology serving the trucking industry.
TORONTO – If you’re looking for a job in trucking, could use some valuable business tips from industry experts or just want to check out some chromed up iron, Truck World’s the place to be.
TORONTO, ON – Parking fines have more than doubled on some busy downtown Toronto roads earlier this week.
A most recent suggestion by the Transit Investment Strategy Advisory Panel could result in many Ontario truckers paying higher fuel taxes.