Civic leaders join forces to accelerate regional transportation network
TORONTO, July 11, 2012 /CNW/ - On Friday, July 13, CivicAction's Chair John Tory and CEO Mitzie Hunter will boost and broaden the conversation around transportation with the announcement of its Regional Transportation Champions Council.
Civic leaders will join Tory and Hunter as they announce the first wave of Champions Council members. They will speak to the group's plans to get more people talking about the urgent need to move people, goods, and services faster and more easily across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA), and the need for new sustainable ways to pay to do that.
The Council members represent a cross-section of rising and senior leaders from business, labour, institutions, and not-for-profit and community organizations across the GTHA. They will share stories on how heavily they rely on our regional transportation system and how motivated they are to help make it better.
|Date:||Friday, July 13, 2012|
|Time:||11:00 am for an 11:15 am start|
|Location:||Bay East "Teamway" walkway on east side of Bay Street south of Front Street and the Union Station Bus Terminal (through south-facing glass doors leading into teamway)|
- Greater Toronto CivicAction Alliance Chair John Tory and CEO Mitzie Hunter
- Selected members of CivicAction's Regional Transportation Champions Council
The Greater Toronto CivicAction Alliance convenes civic leaders from across all sectors and the region to catalyze change on the tough issues and big opportunities facing the Toronto region. For more information, visit www.civicaction.ca.
For information our CivicAction's regional transportation initiative, visit http://www.civicaction.ca/regional-transportation
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