Report from Town Hall Meeting; Ont. government multi-modal transportation strategy public info session

Ont. government multi-modal transportation strategy public info session Nov 16

To voice your support for a restoration of passenger train service in Northern Ontario be sure to attend: the Ont. Government Northern Ontario Multi-modal Transportation Strategy Public Information Session in Sault Ste. Marie on November 16 at the Bushplane Heritage Centre 50 Pim Street  4-8 p.m. https://nomts.ca/how-can-i-get-involved/#PICs.   Join others from the Coalition for Algoma Passenger Train (CAPT) and the Northern and Eastern Ontario Rail Network (NEORN) who have been trying to have the Ontario government catch up to all other developed countries who see the urgent need for passenger rail for economic, social and environmental reasons.  Encourage your contacts to attend as well.

This is a story about the consultations that was written in The Chronicle Journal in Northwestern Ontario:  “Passenger rail key issue in transport study” by Jeff Labine  http://www.chroniclejournal.com/news/local/passenger-rail-key-issue-in-transport-study/article_ae12f7b2-a570-11e6-80d4-df85d5c35b1f.html

 

 

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