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    Toronto | Ontario Line (was Relief Line South, in Design) | ?m | ?s

    Interesting list as those stations aren't the least used in the network by a good margin. Excluding RT stations, as they are disappearing anyway, the stations at Chester, Museum and Christie come in at 5th, 15th & 17th least used respectively. Source...
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    Toronto | Hurontario-Main LRT | ?m | ?s | Metrolinx

    The pushbox and the eventual LRT station
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    Toronto Bike Share

    Possession is nine-tenths of the law.
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    Toronto Bike Share

    I once encountered an improperly docked bike. I think I noticed because it wouldn't let me sign it out and it was the last bike at the dock. Glad I saved a fellow rider some money.
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    King Street (Streetcar Transit Priority)

    Why would you replace any of the flexiposts that haven't yet been knocked down? Obviously, those ones are noticed by drivers and therefore have no issues with being run into! /s
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    GO Transit: Construction Projects (Metrolinx, various)

    Ummm...are they using the french style comma for decimals or should that read, "in $ thousands" instead? I find it hard to believe such a grade separation will cost almost $93 Billion!
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    GO Transit: Service thread (including extensions)

    Somehow, the Lakeshore West line will be down to hourly service during the QEW closure this weekend:
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    King Street (Streetcar Transit Priority)

    Not sure how those light strips will stop through traffic from proceeding when not permitted, which is what I consider the main challenge for whatever we permanently build on King Street. One of the successes of the pilot was police enforcement of through traffic on King. To me that says we...
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    TTC: Streetcar Network

    Happened again but westbound bound this time: Interesting comment from the OP on that post where they explain that locals may be moving the fencing to drive through and not replacing it afterwards leading to others then ending up driving into construction zones.
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    TTC: Streetcar Network

    I was certain this vehicle had knocked over the fencing when I came here to post, but now that I see it was already down I'm less certain what to make of this. The fact that the left wheels look to not be on solid ground still makes me think the vehicle has ended up somewhere it shouldn't be...
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    Toronto | GO Transit: Davenport Diamond Grade Separation | ?m | ?s | Metrolinx

    In the meantime, hope they set up a camera to document any attempts to cross under by oversized vehicles. 3.9m is higher than 11'8" but we might get an entertaining slideshow after all is complete.
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    Toronto | 2 Tecumseth | 102.8m | 31s | TAS | Adamson

    All my knowledge on meat production comes from this helpful industry video:
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    Toronto | 2 Tecumseth | 102.8m | 31s | TAS | Adamson

    Nothing like I expected. I was lead to believe it was more of a steel grating that allows material to sluice through so it can be collected and exported.
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    Bloor-Yonge Station Capacity Enhancement

    Bilevel was presented as an option in the 1988 Yonge Headway study: One hopes that means getting the tracks back together before Wellesley is a possibility. I agree with you that NB & SB tracks don't have a reason to be...
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    Toronto Bike Share

    I believe this location was directly opposite the firehall
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    Toronto Bike Share

    There is an app, it sucks in various ways
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    Toronto | Peter and Adelaide | 152.39m | 47s | Graywood | BBB

    The increased density you propose may not be valuable enough to the developer to justify an offer not to be refused.
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    Toronto | Peter and Adelaide | 152.39m | 47s | Graywood | BBB

    The owners of the corner property might not wish for their building to be integrated into this project.
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    Toronto | Rogers Centre Renovations | ?m | ?s | Toronto Blue Jays | Populous

    Is the government somehow compelled to sell to Rogers? Could they not sell to a property developer that would handle the demolition and merely factor that cost in on the offer for the land?
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    Toronto | Waterworks Building Redevelopment | 47.55m | 13s | MOD Developments | Diamond Schmitt

    As someone that's increasingly needing places to rest on my walks, too much street furniture isn't a complaint you'll ever hear from me