Privatizing transit could reduce GTA traffic gridlock: Hudak


Global News

Above: Ontario Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak tells Tom Clark he would be OK with a private company running public transit if they can provide better value and defends his eight-year million jobs plan.

Ontario Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak says he’s going to fix gridlock in the GTA and he’s prepared to privatize the public transit system if that’s what it takes. “Sure. Absolutely. Whoever can deliver the best quality,” said Hudak in an interview with Tom Clark on The West Block. “If somebody, Bombardier or others, can give us better quality at a better price, I’d like to take that deal and I’m sure most people would too.”

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