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  • Archive: Minister To Make An Announcement

    Steven Del Duca, Minister of Transportation, will be joined by Ann Hoggarth, MPP for Barrie, Steve Clarke, Mayor of Orillia, Gord McKay, Mayor of Midland and ‎Sandra Cooper, Mayor of Collingwo...

    Archived Media Advisory | Transportation

  • Archive: Minister To Make An Announcement

    Steven Del Duca, Minister of Transportation, will be joined by Ann Hoggarth, MPP for Barrie, Steve Clarke, Mayor of Orillia, Gord McKay, Mayor of Midland and ‎Sandra Cooper, Mayor of Collingwo...

    Archived Media Advisory | Transportation

  • Archive: Ontario Recognizes Carpool Week

    In recognition of Carpool Week, which runs Feb. 1-7 this year, the province is encouraging commuters to share their ride by carpooling. 

    Archived News Release | Transportation

  • Archive: Electric Vehicle Charging Available at GO Stations

    New electric vehicle charging stations are up and running at five GO stations in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area to make it easier for drivers to use environmentally friendly transporta...

    Archived News Release | Transportation

  • Archive: Helping Electric Vehicle Drivers Plug In

    Ontario is helping electric car owners install charging stations at their homes and businesses to encourage sustainable transportation and fight climate change.

    Archived News Release | Transportation

  • Archive: GO Transit Propels Toward a Green Future

    GO Transit's first wind turbine was launched today at Lisgar GO Station to showcase it's green initiatives for Earth Day. It's the first wind turbine for a transit agency in the Greater Toront...

    Archived News Release | Transportation

  • Archive: Greening Commercial Fleets

    The province is helping Ontario businesses do their part to fight climate change with an enhanced program to green commercial fleets.

    Archived News Release | Transportation

  • Archive: Keeping Ontario's Highways Clean

    Cutting grass and picking up litter along the sides of Ontario's busiest highways will help keep the province beautiful and protect the environment.

    Archived News Release | Transportation

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