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Edmonton selects companies to run on-demand transit for 2021 pilot project

Edmonton selects companies to run on-demand transit for 2021 pilot project

The city announced Wednesday that it has found two providers for an on-demand bus service set to launch in Edmonton in 2021. Edmonton Transit Service selected shuttle company Pacific Western Transportation (PWT) and Via, a company that designs ride-based apps and systems, to run a shuttle bus program that will connect residents in some neighbourhoods to transit hubs. Council voted to test the service, which will run initially as a two-year pilot project, in February. Read more: Edmonton to test on-demand transit service A total of 57 PWT shuttle buses will be part of the on-demand network during the […]

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New affordable housing project in Ogden going ahead despite some community objection

New affordable housing project in Ogden going ahead despite some community objection

A proposal to build an affordable housing unit in the community of Ogden was given the go-ahead by Calgary councillors on Monday evening. City council voted in favour of changing the current land-use designation for the site of the proposed Ogden Family Housing development at around 10:30 p.m. following a marathon meeting that began at 9:30 a.m. The four or five-storey mixed-use building will be constructed at the site where the Ogden United Church is currently located, at 7401 – 23 St. S.E., and will include a child care centre, community kitchen and 24 two and three-bedroom affordable housing […]

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4 murals selected for Guelph’s Wilson Street revitalization project

City of Guelph

The City of Guelph has announced that four murals have been selected for sites along Wilson Street in the city’s downtown core. Artists are expected to create the murals starting in September, the city said in a post on its website. READ MORE: Guelph’s sacred fire space to be used for Indigenous spiritual gatherings Four sites for the murals have been chosen: the side of the wall beside the Guelph Farmers’ Market, the wooden inlet on the side of city hall and both sides of the Wilson Street underpass. The city said the selections were made by a council-appointed […]

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