Well Ford think there should be a subway on sheppard and finch which are so close to each other that it doe snot make sense and Mammoliti is perpetuating this myth that finch will ever get a subway
You cannot say that Egltinon is not a destination - perhaps not yet on some parts of Eglinton. I mean the businesses along Eglinton between Keele until Bathurst are not the greatest but from there to Yonge it picks up. And as far as I have read, the spacing along eglinton will not be spaced far. If anyhting there are businesses along the central portion that will be underground that wopuld rather it be at street level only because you can see the shops as you go by and they feel that brings more business. And what is wrong with transit being for local travel? Why must it always be to bring someone from point A to a long distant away to point B?
The GTA provides the province with the lion's share of it's income so it is only right to make the apropriate investent in the GTA's future. MMcGuinty doesnt care about T.O. - only about getting elected. Why are you people not pulling the the best solution for this city?
Vehicle registration tax on Ford’s list of levies that could pay for subway
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1) Brentcliffe to Don Mills. TC=median, Poll=South Side
2) Through running to SRT. TC=no, Poll=yes.
3) Location between Don Mills and Kennedy. TC=median, Poll=median (but with through running capacity is not adequate in median).
4) Station stops. TC=400m, Poll=800m.
Why do so many people support Transit City when they do not actually support any of the details of Transit City? Why not support a real compromise solution instead of chosing between TC and Ford?
I think that the satisfaction of seeing Ford lose is more important that having efficient transit.
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