Perhaps they could build it on the hydro corridor with very few stops since no one it would be out of most rider's way.
But some people only supported this because of the community. It was a feature of the entire project, not just another throwaway. This drives down public support and confidence for the LRT.Sometimes, it's not about speed, but capacity. But I guess those in NW Toronto should just keep piling onto buses, right?
Exactly my point.The LRT should be considerably faster during the rush hours, because the buses get stuck in traffic.
That said, Metrolinx certainly ought to give the land for the Community Centre after they promised that. Otherwise they will diminish the public confidence and the support for their future projects, while the amount of money they might recover by selling the land will be trivial compared to the cost of the whole Finch project.