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The TransEd update on the Valley Line. In short the train is having a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad time. Plus the police ask council for JUST A BIT more money. You can surely spare another $10M?
Here are the relevant links for this episode:
Stuff a Bus
- City council to consider $7.5M funding request for emergency shelter in west Edmonton
- Edmonton should fund on-demand transit with higher Epcor profits: mayor
- 'Lifeline' on-demand transit service at risk of being cut if not funded by city council
Valley Line LRT
- 'Profoundly disappointed': Two-thirds of concrete pillars on new Edmonton LRT line now need repairs
- Now it's 30 of 45 concrete piers that need fixing on Valley Line Southeast LRT
- Edmonton councillors frustrated, disappointed with latest Valley Line LRT setback
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