Breaking news. This light-rail release has just been issued by the City of Ottawa:
It’s hard to imagine what goes on in the minds of Ottawa’s light-rail planners.
Obviously Mayor Jim Watson knows more about light rail than the experts hired to put it together.
Memo to Ottawa’s light-rail planners:
The Ontario government will provide $50 million in new money to extend the light-rail Trillium Line 3.4 kilometres into Riverside South Town Centre.
Obviously this draws comparisons to The Last Spike.
Phase 2 of Ottawa’s light-rail plan will be reviewed by PC leader Doug Ford if he is elected Ontario premier on June 7.
The first two phases of Ottawa’s light-rail project are the largest fiscal fiasco in the history of this municipality.
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Bulldog commentator Mike Patton actually has some good words for OC Transpo chief honcho John Manconi on LRT.
The City of Ottawa has no money for signals at 19 dangerous intersections.
Bulldog commentator Mike Patton looks into the reasons behind why the City of Ottawa won’t release land-acquisitions and expropriations associated with the light-rail project.
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Bulldog commentator Mike Patton goes well beyond the call of duty to tell us that the LRT naming contest is a diversion from its failures and is just silly.
This is a release from the City of Ottawa: