I just read an article that said expos have left great legacies for their cities. It pointed out that Montreal expanded it's Metro system for expo, which dramatically improved public transit. If we would get a subway along Queen, or Eglinton, or Bathurst, I would be in favour of an expo. But we will be getting a subway that goes from a park to a park. Let's face it, after the expo, the portlands will become mostly parkland, as will the island airport. In other words, it will cost $3 billion to construct a subway that will be used by maybe a handful of people a day. We already have a useless empty University line, and a useless empty Sheppard line. Do we need a useless underwater line too? What is David Miller et al. smoking? Why aren't they more critical of this stupid tube idea? I'm all for a revitalized waterfront, but this scheme is just plain hairbrained.