Rapid Transit Implementation Working Group - Feb 8th

The Rapid Transit Implementation Working Group will be live on Thursday, February 8th at 4:30 pm. 

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Agenda

- Rapid Transit Team

- Overview of Public Information Centre (PIC) #5 and what we heard from Londoners

- What's next for TPAP

- A BRT Expert Panel will share their experience in resolving BRT-specific design and operational challenges in other municipalities

 


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  • Typical City of London, only showing one reaction and yet you can not read it. BRT is not for London, but a ring road is more valuable had many City Councils in the past had recommended it and as usual again, nothing ever happened. Such a waste of City Tax Payers money has gone out for studies that have seen no benefit. Keep it up London and Matt Brown, you are just helping this city build a deeper grave by moving ahead. What about the business that are going to suffer from 20 years of this crap just to build and implement this. About time our dollars get spent more wise.
  • Typical City of London, only showing one reaction and yet you can not read it. BRT is not for London, but a ring road is more valuable had many City Councils in the past had recommended it and as usual again, nothing ever happened. Such a waste of City Tax Payers money has gone out for studies that have seen no benefit. Keep it up London and Matt Brown, you are just helping this city build a deeper grave by moving ahead. What about the business that are going to suffer from 20 years of this crap just to build and implement this. About time our dollars get spent more wise.
  • Typical City of London, only showing one reaction and yet you can not read it. BRT is not for London, but a ring road is more valuable had many City Councils in the past had recommended it and as usual again, nothing ever happened. Such a waste of City Tax Payers money has gone out for studies that have seen no benefit. Keep it up London and Matt Brown, you are just helping this city build a deeper grave by moving ahead. What about the business that are going to suffer from 20 years of this crap just to build and implement this. About time our dollars get spent more wise.