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905 to 905: The Missing Transit Link?

April 18, 2018
7:30 am - 9:30 am
Sheraton Gateway
Terminal 3
Toronto, Ontario L5P 1C4 Canada
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The provincial government has tasked municipalities across the GTHA with urbanizing, densifying, and creating transit-oriented development. Efficient regional transit is a critical building to enable municipalities to achieve these goals.

The current regional transportation model primarily provides opportunities for public transit trips to Toronto from surrounding municipalities and vice-versa. For the large numbers of residents who need to travel across 905 municipalities, networked transit solutions are very limited, representing a missing piece in the puzzle required to fulfil the provincial Growth Plan mandate.

Join this discussion of one of Ontario’s most important land use and transit planning questions to hear how the region can better leverage existing assets like a regional transit centre at Toronto Pearson and the 407 corridor to enhance transit connections across municipal borders throughout the region.


John Duffy, Founder, StrategyCorp


Marcy Burchfield, Executive Director, Neptis Foundation
Daniel Haufschild, Vice President, Urban Mobility, WSP
David Munroe, Engagement Manager, McKinsey
Eileen Waechter, Director, Corporate Relations and Strategic Partnerships, GTAA


Members: $60
Members (public sector, under 35): $45
Non-Members: $90

  • Connected to Toronto Pearson International Airport (Terminal 3)
  • Easily accessible to Terminal 1 via the Toronto Airport LINK Train (complimentary and runs 24 hours)
  • Map Link: Map & Directions 

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Thank you to our Annual Platinum Sponsors

Last Day to Register is: April 16, 2018

For assistance with registration please call our Customer Service Team: 1-800-321-5011

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