City unveils new public transit plan
The Gazette/ Presse CanadiennePublished: Thursday, May 17, 2007
The city of Montreal delivered a new public transportation plan today which calls for a tram system, the return of tolls on bridges and highways, 400 kilometres of bike paths, and new metro stations on the eastern part of the island.
In all, the plan includes 21 projects.
The city is counting on new sources of revenue to fund these projects, including the tolls, which would bring about $300 million in revenue, Mayor Gerald Tremblay said
The transportation plan will be submitted to the city and agglomeration councils in June, followed by a public consultation in June. Tremblay said he expects to adopt the plan in June.
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