$3 million will solve this problem 6:30 pm rush hour traffic on Port Union Road

Facts - useful & otherwise

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What are the problems ... or is that an opportunity?

What alternatives for solving the traffic problem were considered?

What classification and criteria has Toronto set for Port Union Road?

What traffic studies were done, and when?

What is the cost of widening Port Union Road?

The Better Way - or what could improved transit service do?

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