massive roads surely enough room for BRT or ROW LRT... If the people of Eglinton dont want to live beside elevated lines, the people of Sheppard dont want to live beside elevated lines, the people of Scarborough dont want to live beside elevated lines then guess what Mississauga people dont want them either.Sixrings again has it out for me.
Never have I ever defended burying Eglinton West.
Never have I ever defended canceling Sheppard East (Although a Line 4 extension does make more sense to avoid a linear transfer.)
I keep going on about Elevated, which you fail to mention.
Guess what Mississauga has, massive fing roads, surely enough room for some elevated lines?
I am still extremely confused that anyone thinks elevated lines are urban? If Toronto is so great shouldn’t Mississauga copy them. Did they start their transit networks elevated? I thought the legacy street car network was the great bones of the TTC. Maybe I missed something somewhere.
Finally you seem to really be hung up on inter city connectivity while praising being urban through elevated lines. The Hurontario line is not meant for inter city connectivity unless that city is Brampton. Sure the LRT line helps Mississauga people get to GO stations but its more for moving people along Hurontario. Also I would think that if Mississaugas goal is to become its own city versus just a bedroom community then it needs to focus as much as on itself than trying to connect to other places. The goal is to keep people in Mississauga, or draw people to Mississauga it isnt to give people as fast access to the neighbouring city.