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View Chris d'Entremont Profile
CPC (NS)
I also think that when it comes down to accessibility, for those who might have problems walking.... We have a bunch of different mobility issues with members of the House of Commons, so I would say that within the tunnel system we would probably adopt more of an airport kind of model and have some of those golf carts that they use. I think the amount of money you would use on those versus on a bus would probably be far lower and they would be far cheaper to run in that respect.
There's opportunity for people to—
View Anthony Rota Profile
Lib. (ON)
It's interesting that you should mention that, because my next question has to do with moving sidewalks like the ones they have in airports. Is that something being considered?
Rob Wright
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Rob Wright
2022-06-23 12:35
Thank you very much for the question.
We have not done a full assessment of those different techniques to facilitate movement, but we certainly could, if it was the will of the committee. We could look at moving sidewalks and other aspects as well.
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