- Feb 4, 2015
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Point being that this corridor alone will be transporting tens of thousands of commuters to the largest transportation hub in the country, and the corridor where this is located will grow by an additional tens of thousands of commuters in the next 10-20 years.Point being? It's fully enclosed, affects an order of magnitude less people, and a shorter walk than the hike from the proposed downtown subway to the major destinations in the shoulder areas, the latter matter nobody here seems to have a problem with so why would the moving walkway be a sticking point? Snowflakes
Does it make any sense to dump tens of thousands of commuters 500 metres short of their destination every day unnecessarily and create a new bottleneck downtown?