By Nicholas Kevlahan
Published April 25, 2013
While Hamilton's leadership remains muddled and hesitant about light rail transit (LRT), Mississauga is aggressively pursuing its Hurontario LRT plan, a line that will cost twice Hamilton's:
[Mississauga Mayor Hazel] McCallion has made no secret of the pressure she's exerting to get Mississauga's estimated $1.5 billion LRT project along Hurontario St. at the top of the list under Metrolinx's second wave of funded projects, following Toronto's transit expansion.
What pressure is our Mayor exerting to get the B-line LRT at the top of Metrolinx's list?
Does Councillor Brad Clark really think Hamilton's wait-and-see strategy (with the hope that the Province ignores our Mayor) is superior to Mississauga's strategy?
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