Short-term I have a hard time seeing the case for any service that actually terminates in Windsor as opposed to Detroit, but that is predicated on the idea that Michigan Central can support pre-clearance and Amtrak can also terminate there with some sort of regional rail taking over Detroit - Pontiac - FlintBi-hourly! Not semi-hourly!
And honestly, there's a case for it, if trains are doing to Windsor anyway.
There's no clear pattern in English. It's ambiguous. To provide a contradicting example, biannually is twice a year.Where do you get that bi-weekly means twice a week in Canada?
When mortgage payments are bi-weekly, do you think they are paid out twice a week?
In any event, I meant every two hours. Presumably, every second train goes past London. And if it's going to Windsor, might as well cross over.
In a Canadian dictionary.Where do you get that bi-weekly means twice a week in Canada?
the downtown and surrounding areas have seen decent development, and high occupancy rates with lots of new apartments, boutiques, hotels, and new offices opening up. Its now spreading to the neighbourhoods, its been happening for the past 5, 6 years. its impressive.How so?
"There is just one train project and it is the HFR", said Champagne. If that isn't clear enough of a confirmation, I don't know what is. Champagne specifically said that in response to Journal de Montreal's article calling HFR into question.« Il y a juste un projet de train et c’est le train à grande fréquence (TGF) », assure le ministre de l’Innovation, des Sciences et de l'Industrie du Canada, François-Philippe Champagne. En entrevue à l’émission Toujours le matin, l’ancien ministre de l’Industrie et député de Saint-Maurice–Champlain, a toutefois assuré que seul le projet de train à grande fréquence (TGF) entre Québec et Toronto est toujours dans les plans du gouvernement fédéral.
We went to Windsor and Detroit 2 years ago for a long-weekend (on VIA of course) and enjoyed both cities. Detroit is certainly getting reborn (and Windsor too) but there are still HUGE areas of abandoned or leveled buildings in and near downtown Detroit. The Detroit architectural tours are great - though I doubt they are offered now, if one could even get there. If there were a Toronto-Chicago train, a stop-over in either or both Windsor or Detroit would be good but so would a stop-over in Kingston on a Toronto-Montreal trip - and how many of us actually do that?.yup. It's still early, but there is actually something there to "see" today compared to 10 years ago.
I've never actually been - I had planned to go last year before the Pandemic hit. It'll be one of my first spots to visit once the border is open again.