The Facts on LRT

Get the Facts on LRT

We have no idea what the total cost of the LRT project will be. However, if the cost of other LRT’s built in North America is any indication, you can expect the total cost to be nearly 40 percent higher than the $818 million budgeted by the region.
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  1. Jeff B says:

    We can no longer afford Ken Seiling stealing the tax dollars for his own personal gain. Jay has my vote.

  2. Henry says:

    Agree 100% with Jean, Jay is doing what he can do for the citizens of the Waterloo Region, high speed bus service is the way to go! We need the ridership to pay for this out of the sky project!

  3. Jean says:

    Voters in Waterloo Region: Jay is the right man for the regional chair position. Join those of us who are AGAINST this ridiculous costly LRT by voting for Jay in October 2014. We were not given a vote so this is how we can make our voices heard. Let’s give Jay our support!

  4. Peter says:

    Jay is running for Regional Chair! This is the best news I’ve heard in a long time. Spread the word everyone!

    • Alan says:

      This election will be justice for everyone that wanted a referendum and were ignored. Karma is alive and well.

  5. Paul Siminowski says:

    Please, will someone educate me. I seem to have missed something.
    I have in my hand an information flyer from Mar/11 that states the operating and maintenance costs for L3, the LRT opion that was approved, would be $9 million dollars a year. Can someone tell me how and when this amount became $30 million a year? I cannot believe no one is upset about this.