Come to think of it, I can't remember why the Commercial-Broadway platform was so absurdly overloaded when I took this picture, back on the morning of June 17, 2011. In my experience, crowds like this are rare on the SkyTrain outside of track maintenance days and rush-hour train malfunctions; when the system is working fine, the trains pass through fast enough to keep the crush of people from becoming overwhelming. At least the design of the system means that track-level garbage fires, a common cause of morning delays on the Toronto subway, aren't really much of a thing here.
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