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A Brief History of the Scarborough Subway

A true political drama. Books can and will be written about the planning of the Scarborough subway. Herein, all we can try to do is offer a brief(ish) summary of how we got to the point we’re at now, which is that we’re building the thing. More or less. Probably. Eventually. The Status Quo Scarborough is no worse than […] The post A Brief History of the Scarborough Subway appeared first on Torontoist.
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