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Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Public transit needs firm commitment from party leaders: CUTA

Public transit needs firm commitment from party leaders: CUTA: "'CUTA is pleased to see that each of the federal party leaders has made reference in support of transit; however, we remain concerned that transit has not been identified as a high-level priority,' said CUTA President & CEO Michael Roschlau.

'A long-term vision for public transit is critical in helping to tackle key national challenges currently facing Canadians, such as easing traffic congestion and gridlock, reducing emissions and improving quality of life,' said CUTA Chair, Charles Stolte. 'It plays a vital role in boosting Canadian cities' productivity and competitiveness, and accommodating population growth and a modal shift towards public transit.'"

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