We can expand highways all day long and it will never be enough. An accident on one side slows down the other side anyway. Expanding highways is an anti-green approach and is terribly costly. But the real problem has never been a lack of infrastructure rather that we all try to go to and from work at the same time. My idea is that there would be incentives for each hour your employees work outside of 9-5. IE .50 cents ...more »
Connecting all of Ontario with high speed rail system. Make it easier to get from city to city. This will get people out of their cars and alleviate traffic on our highways.
Cities should also be connecting their own transit systems to make travel easier to get from city to city and to our rural communities.
Make the roads faster and safer by sanctioning what most drivers already feel to be a safe speed. Reduce relative speeds between cars which is the actual danger. Consider first increasing the speed limit in the buffered HOV lanes as a pilot project.