Passed along Eglinton this morning. While I understand that the street needs to be occupied for the open works near Yonge, I do wonder whether the sheer volume of cars and trucks parked within the hoarding area which stretches towards Redpath are strictly necessary...
With construction started on the Line 5 extension from Renforth Station to the Pearson Transit Hub.I think 2030 will be a revolutionary year for Toronto................they'll have the Scarborough Ext, Ontario Line, and Eglinton Crosstown all open at the same time.
They usually get their for 6:xx and a lot of them live further out. I don't see them waking up 40 mins to an hour earlier to take transit.Just wait until Ontario Line gets started downtown. Laydown and parking space will be very challenging.
I wonder if anyone has thought of requiring construction workers to come by transit or park their cars further away with a dedicated shuttle service. The current mindset which lets construction people park where they like may not be appropriate.
Avenue Rd would be a north-south or loop at Avenue Rd and Eglinton. Mount Pleasant would use St Clair/Yonge Station. 34 would disappear or be like 97
With construction started on the Line 5 extension from Renforth Station to the Pearson Transit Hub.
Why have a bus terminal when the bus is running from end to end on the street like the 97 does as an all day line??That would make sense, but Avenue station won't have a bus terminal, which would be odd unless it continued to Eglinton.
That video is how old??That's started already!? Would it be done by 2030?
Why have a bus terminal when the bus is running from end to end on the street like the 97 does as an all day line??
That video is how old??