Public transit issues

September 29, 1995

Canada’s public transit monopolies, already woefully inadequate and overly expensive, could soon be at the end of their road. By introducing competition to Canada’s public transit systems, service would improve and costs would come down. Consumer Policy Institute is working to break up the public transit monopolies and give Canadians access to expanded, affordable service.

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The Role of Planning in an Anti-Planning Era
Keynote Address to Queen’s University on the Occasion of the 25th Anniversary of the School of Urban and Regional Planning
, by Lawrence Solomon, September 29, 1995

Coming Soon to a Subway Near You
The 20th century has been ruled by the automobile; the future belongs to urban transit
, by Lawrence Solomon. Excerpted from the fall 1995 issue of The NEXT CITY magazine.

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