We need to switch to a build-it-and-they-will-ride philosophy for the streetcars in this area of the city. Good transit builds ridership.
I agree that a station at Cherry would make sense, and that the least that they could do would be to level the tunnelling in that area so that a station could be added in the future, as was the case at North York Centre…I've seen the cross section at the Corktown station. And ask why does the subway line have to sink down that low at that level real fast. When there's nothing above it but parking and one storey warehouse buildings having no basement obstructing the path. That's will be torn down anyway for future development. Which could make it possible to put a leveled stop below or above at Cherry st in the future. Which I strongly feel this stop will be used tremendously in the future with the locals and tourists. Exiting off to Villiers Island and the harbourfront etc by transferring on the Cherry st LRT to get there! JUST A THOUGHT!
…but, will they do the least?