But what if we don't do that?Yes there are plenty of space for centre separated bus lanes on those streets, even space to replace lost car lanes by making the roads wider.
But what if we don't do that?
Also. I think that a Lawrence-Dixon BRT would make sense, but I still hold that from Don Mills into Scarborough, Lawrence East could benefit from an LRT to connect to Relief Line North. That could make the West-Dixon line use Sunnybrook (or Leaside on the Crosstown) as a terminus.
As for Finch West, if it's being built for people in the North York and Rexdale areas who work in the airport area, then that's fine. I just don't know if there's enough service that could fill the last mile problem for those not working directly at Pearson.
I'll admit Metrolinx definitely knows how to make beautiful station renderings. This video and the crosstown station renderings as proof. Looking forward to having coffee at the confident coffee place too.Can we just give some credit to the team who animated this. This looks gorgeous.
Confident Coffee: Our beans are sourced from Fair Trade Rainforest Alliance-certified plantations. We're that confident.I'll admit Metrolinx definitely knows how to make beautiful station renderings. This video and the crosstown station renderings as proof. Looking forward to having coffee at the confident coffee place too.
They will have fare gates:So finch West gets fare gates but the crosstown stations don't?
Clearly the personal who made the rendering mixed up east and west. The LRV is going westbound while saying eastbound on the platforms on both in station and on street