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Ottawa LRT
#91
(02-17-2017, 08:12 PM)Markster Wrote: But considering the brand new tenant on Moodie Dr... I'm not surprised.

Who would that be, then?
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#92
Why, DNDn't you hear about the massive government department taking over the Nortel Campus?

(The Department of National Defence)
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#93
Not closely following real estate updates half a province away, no.
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#94
Makes me wonder if the DRDC-Toronto campus was one of the reasons the Downsview extension was put on the TTC...
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#95
I suspect not.
The DND Carling Campus is going to house literally thousands of workers. That facility in Toronto would have a couple hundred, at best.

http://transit.toronto.on.ca/archives/we...down.shtml
This would seem to imply that it was a case of it being the cheapest thing they could do that would fit in to the future network plans (1. incremental York extension, and 2. connect with the Sheppard Subway)
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#96
I like the slide where they list all the LRT projects in Ontario. Except ours.
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#97
I like this render, showing the flyover for the Moodie/Baseline split.

   

Though they seem to be having some bunching issues on the line already! Big Grin Tongue Rolleyes
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#98
Also the wrong vehicles.
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#99
...and also the wrong headways!
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Copper thieves targeting the municipal rail system is a new one for OC Transpo.
http://ottawacitizen.com/news/local-news...picks=true
Everyone move to the back of the bus and we all get home faster.
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