KITCHENER, ON, April 16 /CNW/ - Transport 2000 Canada, is a national
citizens' advocacy group promoting the use of public transit in Canada. T2000
Canada is beginning its public campaign for increased passenger rail frequency
along the North Main Rail Line (NML).
This rail line runs from London through St. Mary's, Stratford, Kitchener,
Waterloo, Guelph, Georgetown, Brampton and into Toronto.
The advocacy campaign will consist of 3 public meetings, a public email
campaign and meetings with selected politicians along the NML.
The public meetings will be:
April 24, Stratford - 7pm - Kiwanis Community Centre;
April 25, Kitchener - 7pm - Transylvania Club;
April 26, 7:30pm - Guelph - Norfolk United Church.
"Climate change is the most significant issue facing us today. The
studies have been completed to show the opportunities for additional passenger
rail service on the North Main Line. It is time the government and VIA Rail to
act to increase passenger service on the line," states Paul Langan, Transport
2000 Canada North Main Rail Line spokesperson.
For further information:
For further information: Paul Langan, (519) 654-0089,