Earlier this month, back on the 11th, a downtown swath of the Yonge subway--specifically, Union to Bloor--was closed for track work and signal installation. The result topside was a stark reminder of why the Yonge subway exists in the first place, a twenty-first century callback to Yonge streetcars that came every minute and a half and were still overloaded by the sheer number of passengers. At one point, there were four southbound buses just in the block between Bloor and Davenport, and just as many pushing north, bursting with riders.
It's not exactly the sort of thing you want to see happen very often at all, really.
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