Debate on the Scarborough subway extension as been pushed to Wednesday.
Councillors will once again debate whether a subway extension or a light rail system would best serve the needs of the area.
Mayor John Tory firmly supports the proposal which would see a one stop subway extension build to Scarborough Town Centre.
However the ballooning cost of the project, now at $2.9-billon is prompting some Councillors to push for the LRT alternative.
The Scarborough subway extension, not the only transit topic slated for discussion, Councillors will also look at Smart Track plans.
Meanwhile, a number other issues are also demanding attention at City Hall.
Last week, the board of health unanimously voted in favour of three proposed safe injection sites in the city, which would allow drug users to take illicit drugs under the supervision of trained nurses.
Councillors will today debate whether or not to implement those sites.
Councillor Norm Kelly’s motion on 911 texting is also set to be voted upon, if approved it wold pave the way for Toronto to become the first city in Canada to allow texting 911 for people seeking help in an emergency.
Finally, the ban on street hockey will be discussed, one day after Ontario’s Child and Youth Services Minister Michael Coteau penned an open letter calling for the rarely enforced bylaw to be scrapped.