Comment 16009

By mark (registered) | Posted December 23, 2007 at 10:16:44

Effective rapid transit requires a crossed-circle pattern to serve the feeder nodes. The east-west line is a no-brainer. An intersecting north-south line is a necessary element, and, like it or not, Upper James is the best candidate to allow dedicated transit lanes. It has the space available for the physical elements RT requires, and it is the most direct route for connecting other travel nodes (i.e. Hunter Street GO and the airport), as well as Mohawk College. The current Upper James and College routes, the routes that currently follow the planned path of the north-south line, have the highest passenger loads of all the north-south mountain routes.

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