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Councillors Grapple with Transit Future

City Councillors are this hour deciding on how public transit users will get around this city in the future.Subways, or at-grade light rail vehicles? The Mayor, Rob Ford, has been pushing for below ground transit, so it doesn't hamper traffic. But he's facing a motion at City Hall that could scuttle that idea - and result in a network of street-level LRTs on Eglinton East, Finch West and where the current Scarborough RT is now. Hamutal Dotan has been following the debate for months now. She's at City Hall, and she joined Laura Di Battista with the latest. Listen audio (runs 6:06)

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