Calgary Transit has doubled the dispatch of peace officers and tripled patrols in certain areas in response to a rise in social disorder calls. In Monday’s combined meeting of council, Coun. Jeff Davison raised the
When Mike Morrison spotted two brow-raising intersections of snow, he thought, “here we go again.” Morrison took a video over the weekend and posted a photo Monday of snow-clearing efforts around the Sunnyside CTrain station.
More than 500 Calgary Transit employees will be affected by service cuts, with 430 of those being layoffs, as the city deals with plummeting ridership in the wake of the coronavirus. In addition, 25 routes
Transit user Seán Sabraw said he’s seen an increase in untidy Calgary Transit stations in his recent commutes, but he’s a firm believer in supporting it during the coronavirus. According to the city, there’s been
In the wake of multiple CTrain-related fatalities, three Calgary coucillors are asking administration to take another look at the safety of the city’s 63 at-grade CTrain crossings. The notice of motion is being co-sponsored by