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The Emperor has no Clothes and no Transit

Vancouver is at first glance a beautiful city. It is surrounded by sweeping vistas and a dramatic skyline. The climate is moderate butAi??spend some time here and scratch the surface and it becomes far less attractive. It is a city that is divided politically; it is parochial, narrow minded and shallow. The people are characterless, [...]

LIGHT RAIL FIRM RELEASES INDEPENDENT ANALYSIS OF KEVIN FALCON TRANSIT STUDY

UPDATE: Media so far News1130Ai??http://www.news1130.com/news/local/article/187220–rail-group-provincial-report-biased Chilliwack TimesAi??http://www.chilliwacktimes.com/news/False+assumptions+worry+rail+expert/4325083/story.html Laila Yuile (2nd item in the post) Ai??http://lailayuile.com/2011/02/22/government-is-as-government-does/     LIGHT RAIL FIRM RELEASES INDEPENDENT ANALYSIS OF KEVIN FALCON TRANSIT STUDY   At the request of Rail For the Valley, the rail firmAi??Leewood Projects LtdAi??hasAi??provided an analysisAi??of the recent MoTI Transit Study commissioned by former Transportation MinisterAi??Kevin Falcon, [...]

The latest Transit Study – initial reaction from Rail For the Valley

The latest Transit Study for the Fraser Valley (the one that cost $400,000 and promised to look at the Interurban) has finally been released by the Provincial government, almost a year late, and right before Christmas.   We never held out much hope for this study, seeing as its scope was limited to the FVRD [...]

Transit study set up to fail? Editorial from the Province.

Transit study set up to fail? Editorial, the Province newspaper, Dec. 17 I f the B.C. government thinks it will score political points with voters south of the Fraser River for its $400,000 Fraser Valley transit report, it should think again. Not only will the study’s results not be ready until long after the May [...]