Relief Line [DRL (Downtown Relief Line)/Ontario Line]

Apr. 12, 2019
Apr. 12, 2019

"Cons - The termination of the Ontario Line at Ontario Place is a hint that he has very big plans for the park; let’s hope it’s not condos, a casino, or any other form of commercial development (deep down I know that's exactly what he's planning to do) – It should remain fully public recreational space – I would even go as far as to letting him have his Ferris wheel"

Phil Prentice - Apr 12'19
Apr. 12, 2019

"A great move on his part – The subway light with smaller more frequent cars could result in other subway lines being built sooner than later – This could be a good option for a spur line in place of the proposed Relief Line West – Even better; I would call it “Ontario Line 2” and run it along Weston Road through Dundas West subway station, along King Street replacing the King Streetcar, and then east along Kingston Road towards Pickering (no; I am not advocating for a subway all the way to Pickering; unless they can prove that this “alternate” technology is much faster than our standard subways, the trip would be long and torturous) – However; should this new subway light be faster than our better way subways; it would also be a good option in place of my proposed MBTD Express LRT"

Phil Prentice - Apr 12'19
Apr. 10, 2019

© Andrew Francis Wallace - The province’s Ontario Line replaces and roughly doubles the city’s proposed relief line, which was meant to take pressure off the packed Line 1 subway