Transport Canada rescinds order to have flaggers at railway crossings
Published on December 7, 2015
An order by Transport Canada to post flaggers at the CP Rail crossing at Third Avenue downtown 24 hours a day cost the city about $15,000 by the time it was rescinded on Dec. 3.
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