Trillium Line Late, But Not Rushed: WHOPPER WATCH .12.26


“We have heard from you very clearly that Ottawa doesn’t want to see a system that has been rushed into service.”

Transit general manager Renee Amilcar


And it is not being rushed into service.

The original deadline for Trillium Line completion was August 2022.

Then it was supposed to be October.

Now, the finish has been pushed back to sometime in the spring.

Garbage Non-Plan Is Garbage: BENN

One must wonder if the service is not being rushed but rather it is just plain old-fashioned late.

Here’s a concept. Why not be on-time and ready?

That’s what the rest of us do.

Ken Gray




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5 Responses

  1. Bruce says:

    Stretch out the project to make a life long employment opportunity? Huge salaries and benefits to boot?

  2. Ron Benn says:

    Could this have anything to do with the fact that the project team failed the technical requirements twice? When the least qualified team is leading the project, what could possibly go wrong?

    Over to you Jim Watson. No answer. How about you Steve Kanellakos? Still no answer. Maybe John Manconi can give us his perspective.

  3. Ken Gray says:


    You have a bad attitude on this.

    Over the two years this will be late they are making LRT reliable and safe.

    You can safely rely on this train to derail off a bridge and send me screaming into the Rideau River.

    Something to look forward to …



  4. Ken Gray says:


    This is good stuff … honest. Kosmo would be proud if he were still alive.

    Want to do the next Top 10 list?



  5. The Voter says:


    Let’s add John Baird and Larry O’Brien to that call-out. They were the ones who derailed Bob Chiarelli’s rail plan that would have had what’s now the Trillium Line built years ago and sent the train to communities for whom it’s just a distant dream now. Trains in Barrhaven? Don’t think so even with Jan Harder’s famous and futile environmental assessment.

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