It's not often that I'm in a position to take highway photographs. There's not much of a highway system here in British Columbia, and I don't drive anyway. In Ontario it's different; in the Greater Toronto Area, the highway network is one of the ways that the region keeps moving. GO Transit is another one of those means, and without it the whole area would grind and wheeze as two hundred thousand people looked for other ways to get where they need to be.
Here, a GO Transit bus turns off Highway 401 in what are yet farmlands just west of Mississauga.
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Looks like he is flying along the off ramp. Wow if anyone is on the bus, as you can see the bus is leaning to the left.ReplyDelete