The line is stupid cheap as well.
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The line is stupid cheap as well.
How does this continuity policy work? Maybe there's something to be learned from them.
Of course, not being a democracy probably helps.
There were tines where people were posting fasted that I could read. Craziness.
How do they plan to demolish those taller apartment buildings?
Possible explanations for this?
Yes. And you should be happy that it's only two jobs you stupid leftie.
I kid. In reality it's a combination of population growth, bullshit and people working multiple jobs. Mostly the second one...
I'm assuming that we the taxpayers will be throwing Harrisdak a shovel on day 100 and tell him to start digging.
I honestly don't mind that plan. Keep him down there until he's finished ;)
I'd argue that anyone making any predictions at this point is a fool. At this point we could end up with either a Liberal or PC majority
They'd probably be better transit funding partners than the Ontario government. Maybe we could ask China for some subways?
I was responding to Ksun. My bad. Didn't see the new post from Markster sneak in
^May I introduce you to Ford Nation? I think they care ;).
This is why I don't think this thing will be built. It's politically infeasible.
How? I don't understand how they get it done so fast. Something tells me that their safety regulations aren't as strict, but it has to be something other than that. :eek:
Maybe they just put more...
If this is built, I'd bet that it would be 100% owned, or at least 100% paid for, by the Chinese or Russians. Canada and the United States definitely aren't putting any money into this thing.
I didn't know that. I suppose the plane could be competitive. However I think that it would still be slower because of the stops it would need to make along the route. And are there any trains than...
4x longer isn't "massively larger". If we could find a way to build Chunnel I'm sure an Alaska-Russia tunnel is possible.
My bad. Well this thing probably won't be getting...
This idea isn't as crazy as it sounds. The underground tunnel that would be needed isn't massively larger than the English Channel. It's definitely possible to build this.
Of course there are...
Liberals would form majority government (if an election were held today) after Hudak's 100,000 job elimination announcement (Forum)
I don't believe this for a second. There must be something wrong...
It is serendipitous ;)
It's part of the Yonge Relief Network Study. We should see something by the end of June.
I think you should move the Relief Line terminal to Dundas West. If you did the station would be a direct connection to GO, the Jane LRT, the Bloor-Danforth and the Relief Line. It's the perfect spot...
10 min or better is not unreasonable for LRT. It's not unusual to see our subways with 7 min headway.
Iíve come up with a crude estimate for the number of bus transfers north of Eglinton. I tried to stay on the conservative side with this. Iím assuming:
1. 100% of riders on the 25 Don Mills will...
The Don Mills bus move 38,000 every day. If we assume that 25% of these trips are during rush hour (7 AM to 9 AM) and that 60% of these trips are 7:00 AM trips, that's 5,700 moved during peak hour....
Do you have any numbers to back up your assertion? As far as I know the Relief Line has only been studied up to Eglinton Ave @ Don Mills Road. Usage was low for the segment of the RL between Danforth...