There are sections of some routes that run along Steeles, and they accept passengers normally on Steeles, but not TTC fares. I've occasionally used them to get from Brampton to some locations in North York without having to pay a second fare.
I don't see any double track.
This may be a (huge) oversight though.
The 1:20am train you refer to is entirely new to the schedule, which only goes into effect this Saturday. The last train in the current schedule arrives at 12:50am
Canada Day is on a Saturday schedule.
Actual new fares for each line have been posted.
$3.70 is the price for ALL stations within 10km, throughout the whole system.
The only thing not clear with these charts is for trips that may be traveling through Union.
It's not the presto system that's the problem (in this case), it's the payment machine which is mostly unrelated to Presto.
I wonder if the debit/credit problem was just that it wasn't reliably connected to the network to run cards because the location isn't fixed.
The document literally says why - to prevent repetition of the TTC stations mostly.
Hurontario has very few conflicts in that regard.
While the neighourhood isn't the best solution, it does prevent every stop from being "Finch and X" which they probably wanted to avoid for being too wordy. And...
I do find that the Go buses at that time of day are often a few minutes early of the scheduled time (weeknight buses arrive at Bramalea City Centre scheduled for :03, but I can often make connections to Brampton buses that leave on the hour) , so it's more like you just missed a connection...
I'm glad they're always improving the connections - I always grab the earlier bus that arrives before my connecting train in the few instances I need a Go train myself. But I've often seen a Brampton bus arrive just as the train is ready to depart.
I wish they would coordinate Go bus...
They messed up when they reconfigured the lanes between Steeles and Queen.
Before, the Steeles EB on ramp continued on and exited at Clark. Now both on ramps from Steeles end as you head up the bridge and then the outer lane exits at Clark and then the outer lane exits at Queen. That's multiple...
Pentagon and Rosslyn stations in DC have something similar but not the same. That's probably what you're thinking of.
Both stations are just before two lines diverge and one direction is on one floor, and the other direction is above it - primarily to allow the lines to diverge over each other...