Ontario's Tories say they know how to cut down on traffic and it's not slapping a tax onto gas. It's based on fluctuating highway speeds and getting traffic lights in sync.
They claim it will cut traffic times down by 16 per cent, or almost 10 minutes off of an hour-long commute.
Tory MPP Doug Holyday says fluctuating speeds will help alleviate traffic stress.
He wants a recommended speed limit to be posted on digital highway signs in high traffic to give you an idea of what's ahead and how to react. Holyday says it should clear up messes quicker.
He also wants synchronized traffic lights, putting sensors in the city. The Tories are proposing the province give money to municipalities to make that happen.
With all this talk of gas taxes to help fund transit expansion, Holyday repeated his party's calls for toll HOV lanes.