Yep, my point exactly. Maybe the city should make a long-shot case to get construction on the line 2 extension sped up (with provincial funding of course). No way that just 3 stations along 8 km need to take this long to be built.Some cookie, some crumble. Toronto had a comprehensive report on the urgency of the problem and the options in 2006. (You know, two years after "Transit First" on the east waterfront...) And a finalized EPR on the chosen replacement only 3 years later. Sometimes you have to just dip the cookie in milk and eat it, not just sit around arguing till it turns into crumbs.