Party

Commitment

Date

Source

$124 million for recreational infrastructure to promote physical activity and healthy living

2017-11-26

People's Guarantee

Create a tax holiday and local infrastructure fund to attract and create jobs

2017-11-26

People's Guarantee

Commit an additional $5 billion to build new subways in the Greater Toronto Area

2017-11-26

People's Guarantee

Provide help for commuters across the Greater Toronto Area by ensuring that the provincial government assumes responsibility for maintenance and investments in Toronto’s subway infrastructure.

2017-11-26

People's Guarantee

Assume responsibility for the city’s share of the Scarborough Subway Extension, including the more than $200 million cost escalator that the province has refused to fund, provided that the city makes a significant financial investment in extending the Eglinton Crosstown project to Scarborough’s University of Toronto campus.

2017-11-26

People's Guarantee

Call on the Federal Government to match the new provincial subway funding commitment

2017-11-26

People's Guarantee

Fulfill the existing commitments to complete the environmental assessment for the Southwestern Ontario High Speed Rail project

2017-11-26

People's Guarantee

Make broadband and cellular infrastructure projects eligible under the Ontario Community Infrastructure Fund and put up to $100 million towards funding these projects directly

2017-11-26

People's Guarantee

Restore the $70 million cut from the Ontario Municipal Partnership Fund

2017-11-26

People's Guarantee

Be more transparent by explaining why projects are denied under the Ontario Community Infrastructure Fund, and they will allow pooling of similar projects so smaller municipalities can benefit from P3 financing

2017-11-26

People's Guarantee

Establish resource-revenue sharing agreements between the provincial government, Indigenous communities and local municipalities for future mining, forestry and aggregate projects.

2017-11-26

People's Guarantee

Invest a minimum of $20 million to help our cities, suburbs, and towns upgrade their local parks.

2017-11-26

People's Guarantee

Ensure that a “three-stop, fully funded” subway be built in Scarborough.

2018-03-28

Doug Ford Press Conference

Cut the gas tax from $0.147/litre to $0.09/litre. Municipalities currently receive $0.02/litre for infrastructure funding and were slated to receive $0.04/litre by 2021/22.

2018-05-16

Campaign Stop

$230 billion over 14 years for infrastructure projects including transit, bridges, roads, hospitals and schools (since 2014) and $182 billion over the next 10 years including: $79 billion in public transit and $25 billion in highways

2018-03-28

2018 Ontario Budget

An initial investment of $11 billion to build a High-Speed Rail corridor from Toronto to London

2018-03-28

2018 Ontario Budget

$7.3 billion towards public transit infrastructure in the upcoming fiscal year to cost-match the federal government’s investment of $8.3 billion through the Investing in Canada Plan.

2018-03-28

2018 Ontario Budget

Explore whether major transit assets can be optimized with a different ownership model. The Province will begin discussions with the City of Toronto to determine whether Provincial ownership of TTC subway lines could provide better transit services for residents in the GTHA, and allow for a better sharing of costs for transit expansion between the Province and the City of Toronto.

2018-03-28

2018 Ontario Budget

Connecting Links: In 2018–19, annual funding will increase by $5 million to $30 million, benefiting 22 municipalities.

2018-03-28

2018 Ontario Budget

More than $90 million in 2017–18 to support commuter cycling across the province as part of the Ontario Municipal Commuter Cycling Program.

2018-03-28

2018 Ontario Budget

$490 million in capital funding over the next 10 years for the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission to repair and refurbish railway tracks, bridges and trains.

2018-03-28

2018 Ontario Budget

Five‐year $40 million Community Transportation Grant Program to help municipalities, Indigenous communities and other organizations throughout the province provide more travel options in areas that are not served, or are underserved by public transit and intercommunity bus routes.

2018-03-28

2018 Ontario Budget

Invest a further $2.8 billion in water and wastewater projects through the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund

2018-03-28

2018 Ontario Budget

OCIF funding will increase to $300 million per year by 2018–19 to support the construction and renewal of critical road, bridge, water and wastewater infrastructure

2018-03-28

2018 Ontario Budget

Increasing NOHFC funding to a total of $150 million in the next three years and expand its programs to better support infrastructure projects and large-scale investment opportunities

2018-05-11

Northern Ontario Platform

Committing to completing the twinning of Highway 69 between Parry Sound and Sudbury and permanent annual funding to four-lane the TransCanada highway until the project is fully completed and call on the federal government to match the investment

2018-05-11

Northern Ontario Platform

Building a year-round access road and making upgrades to existing highways and bridges as part of a $1 billion commitment to the Ring of Fire

2018-05-11

Northern Ontario Platform

Make sure the federal government pays its fair share for infrastructure projects

Fall 2017

It's About Change. It's About You.

Put an end to wasteful and costly P3s, ensuring that public infrastructure dollars go towards funding and maintaining public assets, not private profits

Fall 2017

It's About Change. It's About You.

An NDP government will continue to build GO rail and bus networks to take cars off the road. This will include extending service to Niagara, and adding capacity to the GO networks’ highest use routes, and a commitment to extending two-way all day GO service.

Fall 2017

It's About Change. It's About You.

Transit expansion won’t be limited to municipal systems and southern Ontario. We will be at the table to improve inter-regional transit options and New Democrats will bring much needed passenger rail service to communities across Northeastern Ontario by restoring service on the Ontario Northlander.

Fall 2017

It's About Change. It's About You.

A New Democrat government will work with municipalities and local community organizations to support affordable, accessible recreation ranging from sports fields, to arenas, to curling rinks, to community hubs and libraries. We’ll support access to recreational activities for low- and middle-income families.

Fall 2017

It's About Change. It's About You.

Will fund and build the Downtown Toronto Relief Line

2018-04-16

Change for the Better

Bring two-way all-day GO service between Kitchener–Waterloo and Toronto and year-round GO rail service between Niagara and Toronto. Will also electrify GO networks and the UP Express.

2018-04-16

Change for the Better

Implement a Northern Rail Strategy, which will include getting Ontario Northlander’s passenger service running, and supporting the Huron Central and Algoma Central Rail Lines.

2018-04-16

Change for the Better

Build Hamilton’s long-awaited LRT

2018-04-16

Change for the Better

Invest $180 billion in infrastructure over the next 10 years

2018-04-16

Change for the Better

Expand Community Benefits Agreements, making them integral to all infrastructure projects

2018-04-16

Change for the Better

Will make it a priority to invest in northern and rural infrastructure: $100 million in natural gas expansion to rural Ontario and a 10-year $1 billion fund for bringing broadband service to rural and northern Ontario.

2018-04-16

Change for the Better