Well, work on the actual station won't begin until 2008 so I wouldn't be surprised to see construction going on to 2010.
I always enjoyed that as well. Always had a good laugh. I'd sometimes randomly jump in the air and wiggle around like a fish to many peoples amusement. Always thought it would make for some photos or some sort of art video.^ climbing the stairs against the morning rush always reminded me of salmon spawning upstream
Hmm, I hate this. I end up wishing people were dead when I try and walk against the grain. Any walk that winds up with you hoping the Avian Flu hits Toronto soon is probably too stressful...One of my top 10 favourite things to do is walk north from Union Station through PATH on a Friday at 5pm. Going against the grain like this is just so amusing...I feel like that little house that survived the Saguenay flood.
Then maybe you should get the job as project manager for this. I just know what I read in today's Globe. Don't yell at me.^ 4 hours per day? I don't agree. There is plenty of work that can be done without requiring the subway to be out of service.
Work is possible 24/7 if it's so required.Commuter and pedestrian traffic won't be affected until 2008 when concourse and subway platform work is due to begin. But during construction the current platform will remain in use while the second platform is built.