Mayor Gerald Tremblay hit the campaign trail by city bus Sunday as he unveiled his transit plan, one of the key issues in his Union Party's platform.
Tremblay said he favours toll roads to pay for better public transit, with a vision to extend the metro to Anjou and Bois-Francs in St. Laurent. He's also in favour of more carpool lanes, and reiterated some old ideas, such as creating a shuttle connection between Trudeau airport and downtown, the construction of a tramway line, and replacing aging metro cars.
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My Comment: There is no sensitivity coming from any of the mayoral candidates on how much people are now suffering in Montreal. The obsession to continue taxing and grabbing money from the taxpayer cannot sustain itself.