What Hurontario St. could look like through Cooksville. King St. is the cross street in the foreground, with Dundas St. in the background. Image courtesy of hurontario-main.ca
Hurontario - Main Street Study: http://hurontario-main.ca/
Port Credit is a neighborhood where the Credit River meets Lake Ontario. Port Credit and the Credit River were named after the trading that went on along the banks of the river, where items were purchased on credit. The community developed as a fishing port, and then attracted industries such...
Zakładam wątek dwujęzyczny - w wolnym czasie będę tłumaczył posty także na polski. I'm setting up a bilingual thread - in my free time I'll translate the posts to polish.
This holiday I came to Canada (same as i did the previous year). Unfortunatelly last year when I was here I wasn't so...
Located in Mississauga City Centre Parkside Village will contain the following:
Area: 30 acres
At least 17 towers + mid-rises
Residential units: 6,000
Commuter gates: 7
Village streetscapes: 6
Retail/commercial block-faces: 6...
The city (incorporated about 35-40 years ago) is located just west of Toronto with a population of just over 700,000 people. The city is trying to reinvent itself from being a suburb (which, unfortunately, has some less than inspiring sub divisions and industrial parks), to more of an urban...
Toronto doesnt have any fancy suburban transit, basically just a push/pull system using locomotives and it cant run high frequency trains because the track is owned by freight compananies but they do a very good job with what they have. Ridership on the trains is about 40-45 million per year...
I know this is news is quite old, but I got to thinking, what would Mississauga's LRT map look like? Of course, there would be other lines as well, and the Hurontario one would probably go up to Brampton.