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Old April 26th 18, 09:13 PM posted to alt.disasters.planning,tor.general,rec.autos.driving,can.politics,sac.politics
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"Leroy N. Soetoro" wrote in message
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> https://www.theatlantic.com/internat...ttacks/558782/
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> Yonge Street is Toronto’s most well-known thoroughfare. With some of the
> city’s busiest intersections, it serves hundreds of thousands of
> pedestrians and vehicles each day. And like most major streets in big
> cities, it lacks barriers to divide them from one another.


Yup, get rid of cars and install expensive public transport (buses, light
rail) that no one wants to ride...

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Old April 26th 18, 09:34 PM posted to alt.disasters.planning,tor.general,rec.autos.driving,can.politics,sac.politics
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"Byker" wrote in message
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> Yup, get rid of cars and install expensive public transport (buses, light
> rail) that no one wants to ride...


I guess you missed that subway line that runs up and down Yonge Street.

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Old April 26th 18, 09:50 PM posted to alt.disasters.planning,tor.general,rec.autos.driving,can.politics,sac.politics
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"M.I.Wakefield" wrote in message news
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> I guess you missed that subway line that runs up and down Yonge Street.


Why did people ride streetcars back in the "good old days"? Because they
didn't own automobiles...

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Old April 26th 18, 09:56 PM posted to alt.disasters.planning,tor.general,rec.autos.driving,can.politics,sac.politics
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"Byker" wrote in message
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> "M.I.Wakefield" wrote in message news


> > I guess you missed that subway line that runs up and down Yonge Street.


> Why did people ride streetcars back in the "good old days"? Because they
> didn't own automobiles...


Lots of streetcar lines in Toronto. People with cars use them because they
can't afford parking.

 




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