I haven't noticed this until last week, but the old YUS subway route maps at both ends of the platform at York Mills station were lit up. Certainly brings back some nostalgia from a time when the Spadina subway went only as far as Wilson and the Sheppard Subway only existed on paper.
The two towers that currently feature this walk (Auckland's Sky Tower and the Macau Tower) were designed fro the start to have this walk. The walkway is very nicely incorporated into their designs as a ring around the observation deck. No unsightly supports needed.
I'm divided between whether it's better to put the museum on OCH or a new building. The merit of OCH is that it is historically significant, is centrally located, and is built for public use. The downside is that heritage preservationists would be up in arms about any changes to the building...
One screen will tell the train arrival time in one direction, and the other screen tells the arrival time in the opposite direction.
(Yes, I know that at Lawrence West station they use one screen for both directions, but that didn't pop into my head during the design process.)
Science Centre (Eglinton Avenue) Station (Don Mills Road/Eglinton Avenue East)
(I spent 3.5 months working on this station design, after a forumer asked me to design some more stations around Christmas. In the aftermath of my April Fools disaster, I felt that this might be something that could...