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Talks

The Liveable City? Transportation

The Liveable City? Transportation

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Talks

The Liveable City? Transportation

Wednesday April 17, 2019, 7 PM

As Impressionism in the Age of Industry takes viewers on a journey through a period of immense change in 19th century Paris, we invite speakers across various disciplines to enter into conversations around urgent issues facing Toronto today: work, affordable housing, transportation and the cost of leisure.

On April 17, the focus is on transportation, as representatives from the grassroots transit advocacy organization TTC-riders and others discuss the dream of environmentally sustainable, universally accessible transit for Toronto. 

The Liveable City? series is a partnership between the AGO, Toronto Public Library and the Toronto Star. Join us for the full series of The Liveable City? conversations:

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