Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Photo: Going Places

Fifty years ago, Mississauga was mostly farmland and in order to get from it to the other cities of the Greater Toronto Area, your choices were pretty much between your own set of wheels and an intercity bus line. Today, the Square One complex is the downtown of Mississauga - such as it is, considering the city's development mirrors the way I built cities in SimCity 4 to maximize residential tax revenue - and GO Transit helps connect the GTA. Then there are the Absolute World towers in the background; they don't spin. That'd be too cool for Mississauga.

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