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Old Posted Mar 17, 2011, 1:19 AM
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Yep, and an easy way to funnel the existing BRT money into new road works to support the 'burbs.
Except that money hasn't been forthcoming. BRT or nothing, so we get nothing, or more so, we get a half completed BRT line.
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Except that money hasn't been forthcoming. BRT or nothing, so we get nothing, or more so, we get a half completed BRT line.
Maybe after this supposed election, Liberals might fund it
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Old Posted Mar 21, 2011, 2:26 PM
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Maybe after this supposed election, Liberals might fund it
The Fiberals would have to get elected first.
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I know, but it'd be a better investment than stealth fighters
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agreed, especially for the long term.

But thats my personal op, there are people who can argue the other side convincingly too
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LOL reminds me. took 125 to west ed from downtown edmonton and it took like, 45 minutes
You could've taken the 100 instead - this'll take about half the time you stated.
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i only memorized routes 4 and 590. that was it!
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You could've taken the 100 instead - this'll take about half the time you stated.

EDMONTON (Lat. 53° 34'N Pop. 782,439 (city) 1,155,500 (est. metro)) - The northernmost metro area in North America with a population of over 1 million.
Cool tag line you have but you could have said 200,000 people and you still would have been right.. Or the farthest city over 200K people that is a 7-8 hour drive to the US border Or how about the furthest International airport outside a city in Canada... Kidding aside, I like Edmonton...
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