The premier is standing behind her push for transit funding tools, the day after a report by a panel she commissioned recommended slapping on a gas tax of up to 10 cents a litre.
With both the Tories and NDP adamantly against taxing residents for transit building, the discussion is setting the stage for a spring election, when the budget - including the minority Liberal transit plan - comes out.
Kathleen Wynne underlines there needs to be transit expansion in the GTHA - and that means finding a way to pay for it.
And while she's focused on the GTHA, she underlines any money raised outside of that area will go to infrastructure projects elsewhere in Ontario.
Although Wynne didn't endorse anything yet, she says one thing is clear: there will be no more panels on the issue. She vows to make a decision on the matter.
She underlines both businesses and people have told her that they want to find a way to reduce congestion and expand the transit network. She maintains something needs to be done because productivity is lost when goods are sitting in traffic for hours on end.