It’s known as the ‘Gateway to Niagara’ but that little place nestled between Lake Ontario and the escarpment shouldn’t be mistaken as simply a signpost. The historic town of Grimsby holds its own both as a destination and a bedroom community. Just ask Luca Vatali, who decided to call it home after moving from Italy … Continue reading Community Connections: Welcome to Grimsby
Phil talked safety with members of the Agincourt community.
During construction of the Eglinton Crosstown LRT, Metrolinx is partnering with its constructor, Crosslinx Transit Solutions, to bridge the gender gap in the construction industry and encouraging young women to join the field. Women make up just 12.6 percent of the construction industry’s labour force and 4 percent of tradespeople. Read more on the Crosstown … Continue reading More Opportunities for Women in Construction
Our Board of Directors met today. Phil opened the public session by pausing to celebrate the women at Metrolinx who contribute across all disciplines and at all levels. Phil reinforced our commitment to diversity and inclusion, noting that half of our Board members are women, as well as more than half of our Senior Management … Continue reading Metrolinx Board Meeting – Mar 2018
Conductor Michael Swain and Customer Service Ambassador Shane Beezer are quick to act after receiving distress call As a father of one, with another baby on the way, Michael Swain understands just how precious life can be. It can come and go in an instant. That’s why, when the call came to save someone else’s … Continue reading GO Transit crew helps save customer’s life
North side cladding begins coming down during the final stages of Phase 1 construction For those living in Durham Region, it’s an essential connection to the GO Transit network. For others travelling through Pickering, it’s something worth stopping for. The pedestrian bridge linking commuters from the north side of Highway 401 to Pickering GO Station … Continue reading Pickering Pedestrian Bridge another step closer to completion
Phil was invited by the Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships to speak about how we're expanding the GTHA rapid transit network with a variety of procurement models.