Those of us who know the insides of Metrolinx have a different inclination that you, however.
And how, pray tell, will that happen with equipment that is almost as large (and yet requires a larger tunnel) and almost as weighty as the current stock?
And yet, both fleets have operated with the others on both lines. So.......yeah?
What makes you think that the same thing couldn't happen on the Ontario Line?
Oh, by the way, you may not want to look too closely at other cities that have gone through the same process as the TTC for that.
So we'll deal with the ineptness of a new organization that can't manage its own projects out of a wet paper bag?
Thanks, I'd rather the devil I know than the devil I don't (or that won't show me who he is).
Also, wait: you're going to really try and play the budget card? Really? Do you understand how laughable that is with Metrolinx right now?
When an Ontario Government gets involved in transit reminds me of this...