Monday, January 23, 2012

Calgary: People don't want to drive

What Project Calgary taught us about the city: "So when pollster Angus Reid surveyed Calgarians last spring on how they’d like to get to work from their “ideal neighbourhood,” we got a bit of a shock. Only 21 per cent chose driving. This didn’t surprise everybody. For some experts, it’s further proof that while Calgary is a city where driving is necessary, people don’t necessarily like to drive. "

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Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Witch-Ways Communications | No fares for #transit

Witch-Ways Communications | Crafting magic on the internet since 1994: "Personally, I’d like to see no fares for transit (recognizing that this would mean transit funding would likely come from increased taxes for all Calgary citizens, including myself). And because I work with seniors, I am very aware that their costs are increasing faster than their incomes are (even those not yet retired)."

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