“I totally understand that request,” transportation general manager John Manconi replied. “It’s done frequently, but we would strongly urge you not to go down that path, even on a Sunday.”https://ottawasun.com/news/local-news/city-still-opposes-offering-free-rides-after-lrt-opens/wcm/a1d2bc8e-7d91-49a1-89cc-76edb371735f
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By Jon Willing, Ottawa Sun, June 19, 2019 The city is still reluctant to provide any free rides on the LRT system when it opens as a chance to promote the $2.1-billion rail line. During a transit commission meeting Wednesday, Coun. Riley Brockington suggested to Transpo management that the transit agency should consider providing free rides one day a week, like Sunday, for the first month of operations “as a thank you for the discomfort we have all gone through over the years.”