"HIGHWAY OF TEARS” - THE FUTURE OF CANADIAN PUBLIC TRANSPORT?
Canada was built on the railways. But railway worker Jennifer Murray is worried sick that government plans to privatise profitable parts of the rail network will rob many remote areas of decent public transport.
In British Columbia there’s a road called the ‘highway of tears’ because there’s no public transport,” she says.
“So, what happens is people will hitchhike…” Dozens have gone missing. She is campaigning tirelessly against the plans. “Our government is not standing up and taking care of people.”
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Maritime Just Transition Task Force collaborative project sets framework to equip seafarers with skills as shipping transitions to zero emissions. 30 November 2023, London – A new training project
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