UBC Line options discussed at morning's blogger breakfast

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Thanks to everyone who came out to the blogger breakfast this morning.
For those who didn't make it, Jeff Busby and Margaret Wittgens from TransLink's planning division led us through a discussion of the UBC Line options presented in phase two of the study.

They answered questions about the routes, station locations, design considerations, evaluation considerations and more.

As of today, you can now go here to see detailed info about each of the seven alternatives in the study.

And as we sadly didn't have the evaluation summary in the breakfast packages, please do take a look at the evaluation information online. The evaluation summary on the site can be found here, and the evaluation summary as a nice print PDF is here.

A reminder again that we are holding four consultation workshops and one webinar, and the first workshop is TONIGHT, March 30. Feel free to pass this on to your friends or anyone else interested in the UBC Line study.

Locations and dates are available here.

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