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Streety McCarface

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About Streety McCarface

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    Waterloo Region
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    Streetcars, Rail transit, Public Transit

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  1. Toronto King Street Pilot Project

    Just tell him it goes underground East of Sentinel and west of Highway 27. Maybe that will get him to shut up.
  2. Toronto King Street Pilot Project

    Here's a better rendition. But seriously, what does he think this is accomplishing?
  3. Miscellaneous TTC Discussion & Questions

    Are there even stops planned between Jane and Steeles & Pioneer village? they seem like they'd be close enough given an average walking distance to transit being 800 meters.
  4. Miscellaneous TTC Discussion & Questions

    You ignored every other argument, and we have yet to see the full potential of the station.
  5. Miscellaneous TTC Discussion & Questions

    Because it's actually a shorter distance to Hwy 407, it stay's on Jane st, it doesn't require two turns which will inevitably slow it down, it makes better connections to GO routes, and will make something useful of Hwy 407 station.
  6. Miscellaneous TTC Discussion & Questions

    Connections, particularly to the GO buses. One could argue that that PV is a bigger parking lot than 407 (which is currently a huge white elephant that cost half the entire sheppard subway).
  7. Miscellaneous TTC Discussion & Questions

    BD I agree with, but they should really change the Finch West LRT to not serve Finch station, but serve Pearson and extend Line 4-Sheppard West; West side people would really benefit from that huge new hub at Don Mills and it would be easier for people on the East side to get to York University and Yorkdale. Also, that access from North York to Pearson would really alleviate the 401 bottleneck. Why don't they have Line 8 serving 407? That to me makes a lot more sense considering the ridership pretty much going to be dead over there. Another random idea: What about giving the LRT lines letters, and if we revert to the Scarborough LRT and have it interline with Eglinton east & west, background colours can represent the trunk line of Eglinton, with a letter representing the route? Side note: they didn't put the name of Science Centre on the map; where lines 3 and 5 meet.
  8. Streetcar News

    I never really considered Line 3 since it's so far off into the future, however, that's not a bad option. However, it doesn't serve anything south of Queen, and that area could use some revitalization.
  9. GO Transit

    http://toronto.citynews.ca/2018/01/18/relief-for-transit-users/
  10. Streetcar News

    Waterfront East LRT, run it into Union
  11. Streetcar News

    To be fair, there is already track along most of parliament, it wouldn’t be a bad use of existing resources. Besides, the east has no direct north/south streetcar line in downtown. The west has Bathurst and Spadina. All three could potentially alleviate Bloor in some way...
  12. GO Transit

    Seeing as shit hit the fan here, I'm wondering if they just shift the platform over 200 meters (12 car platforms are usually around 320-330 meters), couldn't they just do that?
  13. Streetcar News

    Order an extra 30 or so from bombardier now and order an additional 50-80 (or more, especially if ridership increases even more with new streetcar pilots, the portlands, and maybe a Parliament, Church, or Sherbourne streetcar) for 2025 later?
  14. Streetcar News

    I thought there were transport Canada regulations regarding electrical lines running under overpasses, especially those accessible to pedestrians.
  15. Streetcar News

    At around 0:28...Geeze, those wires are really close to the overpass. Are they going to build a barrier to prevent someone from throwing rocks at them or something?
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