UP Express could be next subway, says Giambrone

Adam Giambrone has a thoughtful piece in this week’s Now Magazine.

If the Georgetown corridor were electrified, which would admittedly blow the 2015 deadline, the ARL could be turned into a local service by adding stops at places like Queen, Eglinton (in the Mount Dennis community) and Etobicoke North.

Along with the already planned stops at Weston, Bloor and the airport, the new ones would effectively turn this into the western section of the long-discussed downtown relief line at a fraction of the cost of building a subway.

Author: Adam Norman

I am raising my two children in Weston.