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Light Rail on Ottawa Streets (3). Part Three.

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Uploaded on Apr 19, 2009

Light Rail in Ottawa (3). Part Three. MacKenzie King Bridge stations.

These series of videos explain how it is both feasible and cost effective to build and operate a Rapid Transit Light Rail system on surface streets through downtown Ottawa.

David Jeanes (P. Eng), President of Transport 2000 demonstrates (via maps of downtown Ottawa and scale model cut-outs of 4-car Light Rail vehicles) how stations can be placed on many sections of Slater and Albert Streets as well as on the McKenzie King Bridge through to the University of Ottawa. There are three videos in this series. Made by Friends of the O Train. April 2009. Ottawa, Canada.

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