Quality of service on the Transitway will not really be improved until later 2017 when the whole thing opens. Sunday service is coming in 2017.
I finally went out and had a look at both Erin Mills and Winston Churchill Stations and this broken down by station. Over 150 photos for both stations and the ROW now on line.
Had a real look at the NIMBY complaints and like I said before "Don't like it, Move" Most of the house east of the washroom have trees blocking their view of the station, but have some claim to the street light near their property line, but not much. As for the couple beside the washroom built, they don't have any trees there and are on a pie shape lot. The house is about 60' from the property line with the building another 20' to the south. I thought I took a photo from the building and showing the back of the house, but never did. The next house to the west is even further away from the property line and doesn't have any light issue like the complainer.
There are 4 locations that this building could have been built closer to the station for any bus driver could walk to, than drive the bus to the current location.
The ROW between Erin Mills and Winston is near completion with a few sections still to be pave, as well install the guard rail. In a few locations, a concrete barrier wall has replace the the guardrail and you can see the bolts on the bridges for that missing railing now.
Winston Churchill Station
Depending on GO, this station can be ready for service come Jan or April, depending on how GO wants to change the schedules. Have to check with Mississauga what time frame they are looking at having the 109 to service this station and then use Winston Churchill north compare to current routing. At the same time, have to see when all the routes that currently bypass these station will start to service them.
The washroom building is in the same location as Erin Mills, but have townhouses backing onto it with no trees around it.
There is an walkway area that will connect the station to the streets north of it. There is another area to the east that an short connection between the station and the street can be built for another walkway.
One thing I did noticed and the first time seeing this design for a transmission tower. In place of the sloping base for tower like the rest, it was a square steel box frame. Looking at the photo again after I had written this the first time, this is a new tower 100%. This required all the wires removed from the tower before the tower was removed to allow the new tower to be installed. Once the tower was up, the wires would have to be reconnected to the tower. A very costly item.