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Enough is enough.
I have brought forward a Member's Motion (see Attachment 6 for full text) to tomorrow's meeting of City Council requesting a Judicial Inquiry into the 6-Stop Scarborough Subway. I have also submitted questions to Staff for clarification through an Administrative Inquiry on some of the issues cited in the Judicial Inquiry motion.
It is unacceptable that critical information presented to Council by Staff regarding the Scarborough Subway in Staff Reports, briefing notes, and on the floor of Council appears was at times inaccurate, misleading, or incomplete. This is deeply troubling given that a decision on a multi-billion dollar infrastructure project was based on the information provided.
Today's news regarding SmartTrack unfortunately suggests that we need to shine a light on transit planning as a whole in Toronto.
The last time the City established a Judicial Inquiry, it was in regards to the MFP computer leasing scandal. The Bellamy Report resulting from that inquiry led to the establishment of our 8 accountability officers and other measures to safeguard the City's contracting process. Torontonians deserve the same type of assurances that decisions affecting billions of their tax dollars are spent on transit projects that use our scarce resources to support the most residents possible in getting to work or *censored* and back, quickly and comfortably, so they can have more time with their friends and family.
This week, Council will decide whether to approve Mayor Tory’s revised SmartTrack plan as Toronto’s top transit priority. As I’ve written previously, I commend Mayor Tory for accepting that the Western Spur (new heavy rail line to the airport) portion of his plan is unworkable. As your councillor, the question I’m considering now is whether or not the plan as presented this week is well thought out, reflects Toronto residents’ priorities for transit, has a transparent financing plan and is worth a large investment of your money.
SmartTrack is based on the Province's GO Regional Electrified Rail (RER) plan, which entails electrifying existing GO tracks. This infrastructure will facilitate new trains that.
As depicted in the map below, the province is already providing a number of stations in Toronto. The new SmartTrack plan consists of 6 additional stations at St. Clair West, Liberty Village, East Harbour (Unilever site), Gerrard, Lawrence East and Finch East. The cost of the 6 additional RER stations is estimated to be $. In lieu of the "Western Spur", a heavy rail addition Mayor Tory promised during the campaign, the Mayor promised a western extension of the Eglinton Crosstown LRT (this was part of the earlier “Transit City” Plan). This portion of SmartTrack has been delayed.