But where else but downtown could you have such a confluence of railway tracks? That's what helps bring vitality to downtown and the city in general, the critical infrastructure for the trains from across the continent which bring people here and move people beyond the city.
They should teach the basics of the way dense cities function and their culture in schools, both elementary and high school. I'd like to see generations of Torontonians knowledgeable about their urban geography, heritage, and architecture. Right now, even leading mayoral candidates don't seem to understand the city too well, which becomes evident when one reviews their transportation plans.