Some help in keeping fast food warm though.As someone who has frequently used the heat lamps on iON in waterloo, they don't do jack ****. You're better off with higher frequency trains and just biting the bullet of waiting in the cold for 2-3 minutes.
I think late 2022/early 2023 is a realistic timeline for completion.General Question for anyone to answer - Do you think the Crosstown LRT will open by December 2022. If Yes Why? If no, Why and When do you think so?
In your opinion of course... Would it be fair to say 100% ready by December 2023 forsure?I think late 2022/early 2023 is a realistic timeline for completion.
From my observations, subway projects typically have underground station structures completed about two years prior to revenue service, to allow time for the installation of elevators, escalators, HVAC and other systems installation. If by the end of the year, the structures for Cedervale and Yonge and all the other stations aren't completed, I'd say the December 2021 deadline is at risk.
To be fair, it's one of the main lines in the song A Place to Stand, a Place to Grow, which is Ontario's unofficial anthem. Not a fan of Ford's meddling, but it's quite a fitting slogan for Ontario.Those shelters will be tagged in no time. Probably with the slogan: "A Place To Grow"
I'm terrified that the Crosstown LRT is destined to go down the same path as the O-Train. Very similar DBFM contracts, involving SNC, are being utilized to deliver both projects. And the secrecy and confidentiality surrounding the ECLRT (and also the Ontario Line) should look very familiar to all of us.SNC-Lavalin Is the Talk of Ottawa Again, if in a Very Different Context