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A passenger waits to board a CTrain at an LRT station in Calgary's downtown in January 2021. (Helen Pike/CBC)

Do you use the bus or train? Why or why not? If you do, where and when do you feel the most safe or unsafe? And is the current situation changing how you get around the city?

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We've been hearing from residents across Calgary who say they no longer feel safe on public transit. That's why we're launching a community-driven investigation. We want to understand what's happening, how it affects Calgary residents and what it means for the city if it's not fixed. We want to explore solutions.

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