LETTER: Deja vu feeling about LRT

News Mar 19, 2014 Hamilton Mountain News

re: LRT alright, but route is all wrong (Letters, March 13)

If the “experts” who desire an LRT system could bring forward accurate information that this structure would be beneficial for the city, I’m sure they would win over the vast majority of the citizens.

An LRT is not going to run as an above-the-ground monorail system.

As was mentioned by a previous letter writer, these LRT buses still have to stop at all red lights and stop signs, just as every other vehicle does.

Actually, it reminds me of the old-fashioned street cars that also ran on a track. I wonder what the difference is.

Jacquie Reid

Hamilton Mountain

LETTER: Deja vu feeling about LRT

News Mar 19, 2014 Hamilton Mountain News

re: LRT alright, but route is all wrong (Letters, March 13)

If the “experts” who desire an LRT system could bring forward accurate information that this structure would be beneficial for the city, I’m sure they would win over the vast majority of the citizens.

An LRT is not going to run as an above-the-ground monorail system.

As was mentioned by a previous letter writer, these LRT buses still have to stop at all red lights and stop signs, just as every other vehicle does.

Actually, it reminds me of the old-fashioned street cars that also ran on a track. I wonder what the difference is.

Jacquie Reid

Hamilton Mountain

LETTER: Deja vu feeling about LRT

News Mar 19, 2014 Hamilton Mountain News

re: LRT alright, but route is all wrong (Letters, March 13)

If the “experts” who desire an LRT system could bring forward accurate information that this structure would be beneficial for the city, I’m sure they would win over the vast majority of the citizens.

An LRT is not going to run as an above-the-ground monorail system.

As was mentioned by a previous letter writer, these LRT buses still have to stop at all red lights and stop signs, just as every other vehicle does.

Actually, it reminds me of the old-fashioned street cars that also ran on a track. I wonder what the difference is.

Jacquie Reid

Hamilton Mountain