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“Transporting a City” Town Hall at the Capitol Theatre, Wednesday

Tuesday March 6th, 2012, 12:15pm


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On Wednesday evening, a special town hall “Transporting a City” will take place where panelists will debate where the city should be investing its transportation dollars. It will be moderated by CBC’s Early Shift host Tony Doucette and CBC News Windsor host Susan Pedler.

Panelists include:
Kari Gignac – Chair of the Windsor Bicycling Committee and Bike Friendly Windsor Board member. She writes extensively about cycling in Windsor and Essex County.
Pat Delmore – Director of Operations for Transit Windsor. He has recently presented a blueprint for future improvements to the bus system.
Andre Capaldi – President of the University of Windsor’s Student Alliance and a proponent of the bus U-passes proposed for inclusion in student tuition fees.
Ed Bernard – Chair of the Research and Development committee/Canadian Association of Mold Makers, with decades of experience in the tool, mold and auto industries.

The public is invited to the town hall at the Capitol Theatre. Doors open at 6:30pm, and the town hall begins at 7:00pm. There is no admission charge.

The town hall will be recorded for broadcast on CBC Radio One and CBC News at 6 and 10:55pm.

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