Drive 60 kilometres north of Toronto and you'll find the Town of Innisfil. In terms of area, it's roughly the size of Mississauga, but with less than one-twentieth of the population. Late last year, a new GO station in the town got its funding, and with it, an opportunity to build something innovative-and to redefine what Innisfil looks like. To outline the new "Orbit" project, we welcome: Lynn Dollin, mayor of Innisfil; and Jason Reynar, the town's chief administrative officer.
Episode:
GTA Transit Solutions; Innisfil's Futuristic Development
Aired:
Jan 13, 2020
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