Mail Call: Lets Talk Expo

The debate over how ebst to build Phase II of the Expo Line continues to be the most-talked about transit issue out there. Yesterday Metro Rider published a letter from Damien Goodman pleading his case for better grade separations, and local civic groups did mass emails with similar pleas (below).

Light Rail for Cheviot reponded to the emails from the civic groups.

The two emails not on Metro Rider are posted below for the Expo junkies amongst us.

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