Comparing Transit City to Rob Ford's plan for the TTC

Marcus GeeFrom Tuesday's Globe and MailPublished Monday, Mar. 07, 2011 9:53PM ESTLast updated Monday, Mar. 07, 2011 9:55PM ESTThe Toronto Environmental Alliance took aim at Mayor Rob Ford's transit plans on Monday.It said that the Transit City plan he scrapped would have provided 52 kilometres of light-rail transit instead of the 25 kilometres of LRT under a revised plan.The new plan would see an all-underground Eglinton line, a replacement for the existing Scarborough rapid transit line and extensions to the existing Sheppard subway. Estimated total cost: $13.8-billion.

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