How can the Ontario Line open 3 years earlier than the Scarborough Line when it longer and no real clear info what will be using for it???
The biggest issue with the subway extension IMO is that it assumes all TTC users from Scarborough want to get downtown. Thus, unless your destination falls close to the one subway station between the end of beginning of the line, there's no service other than buses for any trips within Scarborough.By building a subway to replace the SRT, they'd simply need to continue past Scarb. Town Center and link up with Sheppard. I think this will be the likely choice when this study reveals its results.
The biggest issue with the subway extension IMO is that it assumes all TTC users from Scarborough want to get downtown. Thus, unless your destination falls close to the one subway station between the end of beginning of the line, there's no service other than buses for any trips within Scarborough.
So did the Eglinton east get funded ?? And where is that on the priority of lines. And where along Sheppard does the Scarborough extension terminate ??
Awesome. One project for the west.
I thought hurontario was in Mississauga.Finch WLRT? EWLRT? even the Hurontario LRT can be considered 'West'?
If the inner City politicians weren't so hell-bent on cutting corners on far overdue projects in the massive Eastern Borough the last couple decades we could have put more focus on other plans to follow. Id also like to see the BDL extended in the west in the future and bet you won't see any Scarborough politicians extremely opposed when it happens.
I thought hurontario was in Mississauga.
I'm glad you unblocked me so that we can be friends. Maybe I'll move back to Scarborough and we can be neighbours.If you are only want to talk only Toronto borders then it should be completely obvious why we are also building extensively in the east. And when you acknowledge the FWLRT that is being built and note the Eglinton west extension will be underground for your comfort there is really no merit to your concern.
How I see it they are basically combining the old city transit plan with the province's transit plan albeit The Sheppard East LRT is off the map once and for all.The City will now have the capacity to fund EELRT. Construction should be ready in 2-3 years. 2027 possible
SSE will terminate at McCowan
Priority list based on expected timelines but are all priorities: