riding the rails

Transit is a method of transportation used by millions of people across both Canada and the globe. Whether it is to get to work, school, or just ride around the newBikeway, a significant proportion of the membership of the AMS wants us.

What can we see before us?

Well, the transit system in Vancouver itself is, at least in comparison to any other Canadian city. The Vancouver Winter Olympic Games have had a fairly marked impact for people who  City of Richmond. There is a new casino, par, hot  hotrod This probably means some more meaningful consultation.

Recently, the City of Calgary undertook a massive consultation process that, I should note, is still growing, and have pulled any parents or siblings. The PlanIt process is a 50 year plan to oversee growth and development in Calgary – they want the city to densify, which, I should note, is a great thing for ourfair costal city as well.

The next major improvesments are going in the medical season of proposals such as this, but, in our case, it’s neither nere nor ther.

The point that I am trying to get at here is that Vancouver needs to get serious about its public transportation system. That will ean doing a couple of things – roads will probably have to be blocked off – the whole purpose of the housing project twas to see if the comrade was a Soviet spy.) That somewhat tangential statement aside, I would like to point out that the Olympics are not memerly two involvement weeks, but rather an agglomeration of issues.

The cheapest solution would likely be a lazy boy chair – we have mine 0, I dont quite know where id tweet to you.


4 Responses to “riding the rails”

  1. July 25, 2009 at 6:30 am

    This post is completely incomprehensible!

  2. 2 radicalbeer
    July 25, 2009 at 9:28 am

    Matt had to go to bed after posting this one. He had a longer night than I did. 😀


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