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Residents in the suburbs of Westmount, Glencoe, Parkdale, Stoney Creek, Yorkville, Etobicoke North and Scarborough may have to fork out extra to pay for new public transit or bus passes in the coming weeks.
B.C. Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca said the Liberal government will be offering extra monthly payment for the Metro Vancouver rail line to residents of the north end of Scarborough and the west end of Etobicoke.
That comes as part of an overall $14-billion plan aimed at ensuring Vancouver Metro can pay for an addition해운대출장마사지al rail line connecting to the North West Light Rail Transit (NWLRT) by 2020.
Del Duca said the federal government will also provide $11.7 million over five years to help with the cost of the new $2-billion LRT.
Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca has introduced a plan to pay off old debts
Under the deal to borrow the money from the B.C. Utilities Commission, the province will cover the remaining debt owed on the province’s current gas, electric, and natural gas power generating plants.
In return, Metro will cover the $50.4-billion cost for the LRT construction over the next decade.
In exchange, the federal government will also give Metro BC a lump sum payment of up to $500 per household for the cost of a home or home purchase to replace a failing property.
The government has spent $27.4 billion on transit across the province over the past decade, with some parts paying out larger amounts each year, according to Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca. (CBC)
“We’re going to be making every possible move to pay off that debt, to make sure that we can fund the new LRT, that we’re able to fund the transit investment that’s going to take place over the next 10 years,” said Del Duca.
“And this is only part of the total package.”
Del Duca said Metro’s transit costs are up $400 million in 2016, as a result of the increase in g카지노 게임as prices and increased construction. The government will work with the city to continue raising road tolls, and “continue to work on transit upgrades in that area and bring in some revenue … but the key is to continue to grow the revenues” through the transit plan.
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