Toronto health officials to study fumes along airport link

 

Thanks to Commenter Helen for alerting us to a report in the Globe and Mail.  It reports that City health officials plan to study the fumes along the airport link.

The complete in brief article

Health official to study fumes along airport link

Toronto’s medical officer of health will study the potential dangers from increased diesel fumes along the route of the proposed rail link to Pearson Airport after a vote at a board of health meeting yesterday.

Activists fighting the project say express diesel trains from Union Station to Pearson, along with a planned massive increase in GO Transit service, could create a cloud of new pollution for residents along the Georgetown rail corridor in west Toronto.

link to the article at the Globe and Mail newspaper.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/LAC.20090421.TORBRIEFS21ART2259-2/TPStory/TPNational/Ontario/

 

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  1. Stephen H. says:

    He’ll probably receive a memo to downplay anything negative.

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