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ION Phase 2 - Cambridge's Light Rail Transit
(06-21-2021, 08:22 PM)tomh009 Wrote:
(06-21-2021, 07:37 PM)danbrotherston Wrote: I think this is way optimistic. Other sources were saying eight years until construction starts with a finish in 2032.

Or to put it another way...much much too late to deal with climate change.

We surely won't be done with climate change issues by 2032.

Maybe by the time they build it, they can figure out how to do an embedded track with less concrete (which generates massive CO2).

Will we be done with solving? No. But we could be done with failing, if we run business as usual till 2032, it won't matter what we do.


Waterloo Region begins dollars-and-cents case for expanding LRT into Cambridge
Radio silence on this project for a while until this rather bland bit of news about moving proposed stations around in downtown Galt.

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