Comment 29861

By omro (registered) | Posted March 31, 2009 at 17:02:50

While, I'm sure you're only being facetious...

My understanding was that the Hamilton area was geologically unsuitable for a subway and possessed a high watertable and multitude of underground streams. A subway would be incredibly impractical as a result. Please correct me if I'm wrong.

Why spend so much extra money on subsurface rail, when there is plenty of road space for surface rail?

In a city as small as Hamilton, would a subway offer any real benefits over and above an LRT system that would justify the additional time and expense to implement it? Answer: No.

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