The city's planned light-rail project will spur $3 billion in economic stimulus from construction alone, create the equivalent of 20,000 jobs for a year and save 38,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions by 2031, according to two city-sponsored reports released Thursday.
Not too bad. It's also, according to these studies, expected to save commuters time (I should hope so) and should increase public transit riders by nine percent.
Just too bad it'll never get built.
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