Want To Discuss Public Transit On West Island?

Then CJAD has a program for you.

“Unreliable, infrequent, frustrating… these are some of the words that have been used to describe public transit on the West Island. We’ve heard the complaints for years but what is actually being done to improve the situation? We will find out on November 30th during a special 1-hour CJAD Town Hall broadcast live from Lucien L’Allier train station. The broadcast, from 4p to 5p, on The Ric Peterson Show, will include representatives from your public transit agencies; the Montreal Transit Corporation and the Montreal Transit Agency. They will be there to answer YOUR questions.

We encourage you to get involved. Join us at Lucien L’Allier train station and ask your question in-person. You can also call-in, text-in or post your questions on our CJAD Facebook page. We would love to hear what’s on your mind ahead of time as well. E-mail us your horror stories, complaints and questions at bettertransit@cjad.com.”
More here.

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2 responses to “Want To Discuss Public Transit On West Island?

  1. Not sure either, though I did live in Pointe Claire village for a few years, and it’s pretty much a car culture world out there, though we did okay on foot in the village because there was an an old fashioned IGA there. I hated the commuting during rush hour by bus and actually had my hours changed where I worked at the time so I didn’t have to leave home until about 9.
    The train was great, you look at the stalled traffic and you wonder why anyone in their right mind would choose that.

    Of course the down side to the train is that you probably have to take a bus once you get off, though it never bothered me to get on a less crowded 211 that would go full speed from Point Claire station and drop me 100 feet from my door.

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