Close the island airport, convert the land to public space with a pedestrian bridge to the mainland, and invest the money that would have gone into runway upgrades into Hamilton International with the long term goal of turning it into the region's true secondary airport i.e. the GTA's Gatwick.
“We want to make sure we offer dependable service from Day One — that means it doesn’t break down and it serves customers the way we want to serve them,” Andlauer said.
Wonder if this is a dig at Ottawa's LRT.
Aisle 24 had a location in the condo complex I lived in a few years ago. Access there was controlled via a phone app linked to a verified user profile so I assume it's the same with their public locations.
I understand why two way all day/through service to Hamilton has to be on the CN mainline, but man I wish there was some (realistic) way to move it to Hamilton Centre. That building just has far more history and character than the couple of elevators bolted to a bridge feel of West Harbour...
A couple of weeks ago I decided to try out the Apple Pay feature on a GO Train trip from Bronte to Union. At Bronte I tapped my iPhone against the Presto card reader; my phone gave the usual beep sound and displayed a checkmark to show that the transaction via Apple Pay was successful, however I...
This is why it's so frustrating to see people like Jennifer Keesmaat stoking fears about how elevated rapid transit would destroy Toronto's streetlife. Modern elevated guideways are nothing like the rusting iron behemoths in places like Chicago and Brooklyn.