The Yonge Line was extended along one of Toronto's major streets with a direct connection to the downtown core. It made a lot of sense at the time, given the kind of growth they expected.By your logic, Yonge line should have ended at Eglinton.
In any case, that wasn't my point, and it's certainly not my 'logic'.
I was simply demonstrating how silly it is to call these people out for what are legitimate concerns, especially when their Premier grants transit projects to citizens based on who 'deserves' it. If Scarborough 'deserves' full, underground transit that doesn't interfere with their life on the surface, why don't people in Leslieville 'deserve' less noise?
Yet another reason they should've just stuck with the DRL plan that was put together in cooperation with local constituents, instead of just forcing it on them.