If you're commuting into and out of the core at the peak of rush hour, then why on earth aren't you always taking, you know, the large green train that does that exact same trip multiple times? I know you've recently posted about delays on the Georgetown line, but surely if you're willing to spend 1 hr 20 minutes making the trip, you can handle 45 minutes plus the occasional curve-ball?I have lived there nearly all my life and and have witnessed the growth and the impact it has on quality of life........I also happen to work in an industry sector where, pretty near, all of the jobs are downtown Toronto. So for several decades I have seen the drive to and from Brampton to the financial core of Toronto grow from 35-40 minutes to now, typically, 1 hour and 20 minutes....and it is only growing in one direction.
Solutions like, say, the oodles of filthy baby-killing trains that will be running up and down the Georgetown South corridor to serve said "place to grow"?What is "fairly irritating" to me is how the Province can take a suburban city of +/- 500k which has such lousy links (transit and road) to Toronto and then designate it as a "place to grow" without some sort of solutions that will allow the free (or freer) flow of people and goods to and from that city.
All-day service is coming to Brampton in what, the spring? Yes, some places are very hard done-by when it comes to transit options in the GTA, but the Brampton to Toronto corridor certainly isn't one of them.