Alderman wants noise study at southeast rail yard to stay on track

A noise study at a southeast rail yard is in danger of stopping in its tracks after Canadian Pacific Rail says it is backing out to compile its own data this summer.

But a city alderman says he doesn’t want to see the Alyth yard study derailed, despite the fact CP had agreed to pay for half of the $150,000 project.

Ald. Gian-Carlo Carra says beleaguered residents in Inglewood living beside a noisy and busy rail yard want the Alyth yard study, which began in December 2011, to move forward.

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