Government of Ontario News - Transportation: News
Ontario Cuts Red Tape for Boat, Snowmobile and Off-Road Vehicles Industries
Mississauga — Ontario's government is putting people first by expanding the use of service plates for boat, snow-mobiles and off-road vehicles. Today, Jeff Yurek, Minister of Transportation announced changes that will make it easier and more efficient to transport boats, snowmobiles and off-road vehicles (ATV) to customers and recreational shows.
Ontario Announces New GO Station at Woodbine
TORONTO —Jeff Yurek, Minister of Transportation, along with Kinga Surma, MPP for Etobicoke Centre and Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Transportation, and Phil Verster, President and CEO of Metrolinx, announced our government's plan to build a new GO station at Woodbine at no cost to taxpayers.
Kids 12 and Under Ride Free on GO Transit
TORONTO—Today, Transportation Minister Jeff Yurek, and
Metrolinx President and CEO Phil Verster announced that Ontario is making it
easier for families to get moving in the GTHA. Together at Ripley's Aquarium in
Toronto, Minister Yurek announced that kids 12 and under can travel for free on
all GO Transit trains and buses starting March 9, 2019 - just in time for March
Ontario's Government Supporting Municipalities
TORONTO - Today Jeff Yurek, Minister of Transportation, addressed the
Ontario Good Roads Association's annual conference to reaffirm that the government
is working for the people of Ontario to cut red tape, grow the economy, and
plan strategic investments in transportation.
Remarks for Jeff Yurek, Minister of Transportation Ontario Good Roads Association Annual General Conference
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