Comment 66039

By Anon (anonymous) | Posted July 12, 2011 at 10:10:07 in reply to Comment 65974

Hamilton must first have a committed LRT implementation project to build a rapid transit before there is any talk of an operational agreement with metrolinx. Such agreements are likely to be based on a case by case basis designed specifically for each individual municipality's transit needs. There will obviously be some kind of negotiation involved, but the city will have to benefit for this to work. For instance, Metrolinx may end up owning the tracks, but the city may end up getting most of the revenue -- say an 80% to 20% per cent split (in favour of the city) with Metrolinx. I can't see this working any other way

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