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Municipal Panel: Laying tracks for Ottawa's transit future

ot-o-train.jpgMayor Jim Watson has revealed the details of Ottawa's Master Transportation Plan -- a blueprint for how people will get around the city in the next twenty years. Expanding light rail is its focal point, with nineteen new stations in the east, west and south ends of the city. Joanne Chianello and Alistair Steele join Robyn to talk specifics.


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