Province considers big changes for two subway projects

According to a confidential document, the province has assembled a panel to “consider and evaluate potential alternatives” to two existing subway extensions to determine if changes would get the transit project completed faster and for less money.

Ontario’s Progressive Conservative government has convened an expert panel to consider potential changes to the Yonge North and Scarborough subway extension projects, including the possibility of building portions of the lines above ground and reducing the number of planned stations, the Star has learned.

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