The REM website literally calls it "Light Rail". The Eglinton East extension website literally calls it "Subway". There's all sorts of definitions we can throw at things - but surely the local branding is paramount.First, REM is a subway /Metro in every definition of the word, Eglinton is an LRT.
I'd think that a bigger reason would be more convenient station locations and interchanges between Bois-Franc and Griffintown, as well as better frequencies on the central section. I'd be very surprised if we don't see reinstatement of fare integration between TTC and GO by 2030 - perhaps even equal fares. Though all the new central Toronto GO stations will significantly increase demand.Second, GO will not be near as successful in Toronto as REM will be in Montreal because GO has no fare integration with the TTC.
I saw it - but I wasn't counting stations - just kilometres.That's all fine and good, but I guess you missed the part where I said this: