It's been said that the Line 2 extension would put Line 2 at capacity so hopefully they can ATC it before then.
Because Line 2 was near capacity already, and the SRT was a bottleneck. A significant reduction in travel time will surely increase ridership.Why should that be, if it's mostly just replacing the SRT that already just funneled people into Line 2?
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PEDs for Line 2 might conflict with a likely timetable for ATO on that line. If the trains can’t stop accurately then not much point.Let me guess. No platform screen doors for Bloor & Yonge station expansion. If some pushes or falls on the tracks, just collateral damage. Transit, cycling, and pedestrian safety is low priority in this city.
All hail the almighty automobile.
The Line 1 trains at St George do stop where the arrows show they'll be. I haven't had issues with that.PEDs for Line 2 might conflict with a likely timetable for ATO on that line. If the trains can’t stop accurately then not much point.
IIRC some trials were done on line 1 to paint door locations on a few platforms. Wonder how that turned out…