It’s that time again, membership renewal requests are in the mail or in one’s email box. Zwei is renewing his annual subscription to the Light Rail Transit Association and would like you to consider joining the Light Rail Transit Association.
There are three good reasons for joining the LRTA:
1) The LRTA membership includes an annual subscription to the excellent Tramway’s & Urban Transit.
2) The LRTA blog, which is open to members only, is an excellent source of information on transit around the world.
3) With a larger membership in our area, we could get an article published on our efforts with Rail for the Valley for world wide coverage.
Zwei has been a member of the LRTA for over twenty-five years and the information obtained from T& UT and its predecessors has made me a feared opponent to the anti-LRT crowd. Information on how to join the LRTA can be found on their web site at www.lrta.org or go to http://www.lrta.info/shop/index.php?jssCart=9b0dc4b500628431f7675d9dcfb6884c
To succeed, Rail for the Valley must be well informed and there is no better way of being well informed than joining the Light Rail Transit Association.
Tags: Abbotsford, C-train, Chilliwack, cost per km, demonstration project, Diesel LRT, Evergreen Line, Fraser River rail bridge, interurban, light metro, light rail, LRT, LRTA, NDP, passenger rail, Patrick Condon, Rail for the Valley, skytrain, streetcars, study, Surrey, track-sharing, tram, trams, tramtrain, transit, Translink, UBC, VALTAC, Vancouver