The vote will be close on the Green Line and the media is following what leaders have to say on both sides of the issue.
The Calgary Alliance for the Common Good believes council is playing politics and ignoring the transit needs of those in north Calgary.
It said any project failing to cross the Bow River would be yet another way people in the under-served north get short-changed.
“I know a woman who lives in the NE and works at a care home in the south. She has to go bus, train, bus, bus and then back again,” said Rev. Anna Greenwood-Lee with the Calgary Alliance for the Common Good. “That’s a ridiculous commute and we need to think carefully how we get people from one side of our city to the other.”