Comment 120810

By KevinLove (registered) | Posted February 20, 2017 at 16:10:57

In downtown Toronto, there are several subway stations 200-300 meters apart. For example, King and Queen Streets. Whereas, outside of downtown, stations are up to 2 km apart. For example, Eglinton and Lawrence. This is because of the higher density of trip origins/destinations downtown that result in these stations being used.

Approximately zero percent of the downtown Toronto population is agitating to have any station closed.

Downtown Hamilton should have the same logic applied to it. I predict that in 20 years, approximately zero percent of the Hamilton population will be agitating to have the Bay stop closed.

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