Proposed Green Line

We must rethink the high-cost, high-risk Green Line proposal.

With ballooning costs and greater risks, there is a more affordable option.

As taxpayers, we are concerned!

Local journalists agree with us. 

Respected transportation and engineering experts agree with us too.


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Project shrinks as costs grow 

2017 (original plan)

  • Connect northeast communities to southeast communities (44 kms + 24 stations)
  • Budget: $4.65 Billion

2020 (revised plan)

  • Stage 1: Shepard to Eau Claire (20 kms + 15 stations)
  • Underground tunnels for downtown section
  • Revised budget: $4.9 Billion + $500 MM (for financing) + cost of development manager

2022 (current status)

  • Ground-loading cars purchased from Spanish supplier (not compatible with existing platform-loading cars)
  • Revised budget: $5.5 Billion
  • Spent to date: $1 Billion

2023 (ongoing)

  • Contractor consortium selected with their cost estimates to be confirmed in 12-16 months
  • Spend by year end 2023: $1.5 Billion

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Budget: $4.65 Billion

Revised budget: $4.9 Billion + $500 MM (financing)

$1 Billion spent so far Upgrading utilities

Cost by year end: $1.5 Billion (est)

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