POLL: Mayors want the train running again between Langford and Victoria. Do you?

Who would use the service?

  • Feb. 6, 2019 2:30 p.m.

Pressure is mounting to get the train running again between Langford and Victoria, as all 13 mayors within the Capital Regional District sent a letter Wednesday to Premier John Horgan and Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Claire Trevena to urge immediate action.

The mayors want service to return between Victoria and Langford. Do you?

Let us know, and tell us who would use this service.

READ MORE: All 13 CRD mayors call for province to fund E&N rail segment


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