Canadian Pacific on board with passenger service study for Banff and Lake Louise

March 4, 2016

By Cathy Ellis, Rocky Mountain Outlook

Canadian Pacific Railway is on board to work with several municipalities interested in studying the return of passenger train service between Calgary and Lake Louise.Website Insert Out of the Box Thinking copy

If all goes according to plan, the ambitious proposal could see a summer trial of a passenger train service within the next three to five years if several challenges could be overcome, including funding and coordinating with the railway giant.

Salem Woodrow, Canadian Pacific’s public affairs and communications officer, said CP is committed to working with the communities they operate in and will participate in the feasibility study if it takes place.

“Any formal proposal would require careful review by our company and until a full examination is conducted, we would not speculate on whether this service would be feasible,” she said.

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