Comment 49952

By Undustrial (registered) - website | Posted October 20, 2010 at 23:12:00

Between the 1 King, 5 Deleware and 11 B-Line and 51 University, there are up to 26 trips on the east-west route during an afternoon hour on a weekday. Between the 27 Upper James and the 20 A-Line there's about five. Between the 26 and 26 (Upper Wellington and Wentworth) there's up to 9.

And yet, with 3-5 times the number of busses (not even getting into the Barton and Cannon etc), the east-west route is, at least in my experience, far more likely to be full to bursting. The population density is higher, so stops can be closer together.

Turbo's right - the east-west route certainly has the most buses. And that's exactly why it needs an upgrade. Building LRT out into the middle of nowhere will serve only developers.

Comment edited by Undustrial on 2010-10-20 22:12:29

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