That's a bir strong. I think when the province first went to accrual accounting, spending on the capital budget probably seemed a bit like free money. But McGuinty discovered that even if voters don't care about debt, the bond markets sure do. Borrowing to buy track is alot harder now, if anything I think the government were prefer to rent.
Main and Church is about a kilometre further north than where Creditview and Bovaird used to meet (which is the corner of Salvation and Commuter these days). Though it's about 4 km further west.so Main and Church in Brampton is North of Bovaird and Creditview in Brampton?
Main and Church is about a kilometre further north than where Creditview and Bovaird used to meet (which is the corner of Salvation and Commuter these days). Though it's about 4 km further west.
The same way that London England is north of Toronto and Edmonton. And Toronto is south of Paris, Venice, and Seattle.
you just turned 42 years of living in Brampton upside down!
That's okay, I think I was driving from Toronto to Kitchener for 15 years before I realized that once you got Pearson, you were actually getting further south instead of north! Particularly west of Winston Churchill, the 401 is almost due southwest ... and in my mind it's more northwest.you just turned 42 years of living in Brampton upside down!
And yet Bramalea provides more riders to the line than any other station and Brampton is second.Weston and former York are much denser than Brampton. It makes sense to provide service that is appropriate to the density and ridership potential. And that means buses for Brampton. It's sort of like how Waterloo is not building LRT for Cambridge. You have to build transit that is appropriate for the extreme low density exurban sprawl of outer 416 and Brampton. Buses would be more fitting. All day GO Train service to Bramalea would be even worse that a subway to SCC. What is there at Bramalea? Just a bunch of factories and warehouses there...