London’s rapid transit system will be back on the agenda at City Hall.
Mayor Matt Brown has put forward a letter to make the full draft business plan public.
In February, documents show that a hybrid model which includes light rail was still the preferred option.
Just three months later, the city manager recommended it be dropped.
When the London Free Press submitted an Access to Information request, many sections of the February report were redacted.
Brown’s letter opens the door for all of the information to be released.
The BRT system came with a price tag of $500-million-dollars, while the hybrid option came in at approximately 880-million.
Council passed the business plan for the $500-million project at the end of May, getting rid of the possibility of a more expensive light-rail system that was initially agreed upon.