MISSISSAUGA, ON, May 30, 2018 /CNW/ - All three provincial candidates in Mississauga Centre – Bobbie Daid (Liberal), Natalia Kusendova (PC) and Laura Kaminker (NDP) – as well as Mississauga Centre MP Omar Alghabra, have promised to fight for a badly-needed LRT station at Kingsbridge.
Now the provincial candidates – Daid, Kusendova, and Kaminker – will participate in a question-and-answer forum on the planned Hurontario Light Rail Transit (HuLRT), and explain how they intend to get a station for Kingsbridge.
Saturday, June 2
10:00 am to 12 noon
The parking lot at 20 Kingsbridge Circle, Mississauga
Members of the media who plan to attend are
asked to RVSP to Grant Gorchynski,
About Kingsbridge Matters
More than 10,000 people live in vibrant Kingsbridge, and yet the community is being shut out of Mississauga's transit future.
Kingsbridge hasn't been designated for a station on the planned HuLRT, even though:
It's one of the most densely-populated communities along the 20-kilometre, 22-station route.
More than 1,000 people with disabilities who come to Kingsbridge for medical treatment and support need to get there safely.
Traffic congestion will increase dramatically if Kingsbridge doesn't get the station it deserves.
Saturday's rally will demonstrate to the politicians and Metrolinx that Kingsbridge is united and determined in its demand for a station!
SOURCE Kingsbridge Matters
For further information: please contact: Grant Gorchynski, Kingsbridge Matters, Email: [email protected], Cell: 905.466.8766, www.KingsbridgeMatters.ca