National Geographic : 1963 Jul
HS EKTACHROME(BELOW) AND KODACHROMEBY NATIONAL rFn r PAPH] POT(3 RAP PFRWINVIFIn PARKS n N S E Policewoman in jaunty hat and white gloves whistles traffic to a stop in Toronto. Beneath her feet, a subway speeds 32,000 persons an hour in peak periods. Taillights Paint the Road Red as Traffic Pours Into Toronto Streamers in this time exposure along Queen Elizabeth Way, a divided highway, attest the grow ing traffic problem in Ontario's in dustrialized southern fringe. One of every three Ontarians lives in greater Toronto; last year its pop ulation grew by 50,000. Canadian Bank of Commerce (right) towers in the distance.