By Joanne Chianello, CBC News Ottawa, April 8, 2020
The consortium that built Ottawa's faltering Confederation Line has responded to each of the individual complaints in the city's notice of default, but hasn't provided an overall timeline to fix the $2.1-billion LRT system, councillors heard Wednesday.
Rideau Transit Group (RTG) responded "to each of the individual items in our list that we provided them," Michael Morgan, the city's director of rail construction, said during a virtual council meeting.
However, RTG "didn't provide an overall date back to the city on when we can expect service to improve," Morgan said."They've given us action plans for each of the individual items … but they didn't give us [is] when are we going to see the service improvement when our customer is going to be able to see our reliable systemshttps://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/rtg-fixes-confederation-line-no-timeline-improvements-1.5526266?ref=mobilerss&cmp=newsletter_CBC%20Ottawa_727_17360