Police complete investigation into alleged altercation at info session
The plan calls for an underpass at 90 Avenue and will include 36 bus stations and dedicated bus lanes on 14th Street SW.
Published Thursday, March 10, 2016 4:29PM MST
Calgary police have concluded an investigation into allegations of assault and threats at a public meeting over the Southwest Transitway Project and say there is not enough evidence to warrant charges.
The project involves the launch of a new Bus Rapid Transit service to the southwest that will run from the downtown to Woodbine.
An open house on February 23 at the Woodcreek Community Association to discuss intersection operations and station locations reportedly got out of hand.
The next day the city decided to scrap additional information sessions on the subject.
The city called for a police investigation into the matter and investigators interviewed a number of witnesses who were in attendance.
Police say there is not enough evidence to warrant charges and the incident is not considered to be a criminal incident.