Analysis With 2 years to go, city has blown through 90 per cent of LRT contingency fund

Analysis With 2 years to go, city has blown through 90 per cent of LRT contingency fund

Published on August 29, 2016

When the new Booth Street bridge connecting Albert Street and the Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway opens on Sunday, Sept. 4, it will not include bike lanes — despite the fact that everyone, including Mayor Jim Watson, has acknowledged that omitting some sort of segregated cycling infrastructure was an error....

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