That might be the Green Line in Sacramento.Until then Edmonton can claim the lowest density + least used LRT station in the world?
Unfortunately , you are 100 percent. Have a brother that lives in Victoria and calls buses "peasant wagons". What a POS remark. Many find ways to put themselves on that pedestal any chance they can get and what an easy way to do it.Outside of Chicago and New York I think that sentiment is pretty universal.
Council funded the planning for the extension from Blatchford to Castledowns today. Now we wait until the provincial or federal government steps in and announces they are providing funding to help actually build it.Does anyone know when Phases 2 and 3 of the Metro line's north-east extension are expected to begin and end?
I loved the name that a friend used, it had more pizzazz "the Proletariat Chariot"Unfortunately , you are 100 percent. Have a brother that lives in Victoria and calls buses "peasant wagons". What a POS remark. Many find ways to put themselves on that pedestal any chance they can get and what an easy way to do it.
Personally, I think good public transportation solves a lot of problems. . I'm a huge proponent of LRT/Subway systems especially when they're designed and implemented right. It can be a fast,cheap and reasonably convenient way of getting around.
On a personal note, I didn't get my first car till the age of 20. Before then, I got laughed at waiting for the bus by motorists passing by. Here in good ol'YEG. Back in the late 80s. Definitely universal.
Regardless of the reasons, good on New Yorkers and Chicagonians for their mentality on the usage of public trans.. I think Montreal might have a similar attiutude as well.