Bob Ransford discussed the push by the Vancouver Council to get a rapid-transit line down Broadway in his Vancouver Sun column. Lots of good points.
I sent it off to Human Transit blogger Jarrett Walker to see if he had any counterpoints. Oh yeah.
So here are the two of them, with Jarrett’s remarks italicized along the way:
Questions about a Broadway subway line must not go unasked
The number of stations would have a huge impact on the shaping of neighbourhoods along the rapid transit line
By Bob Ransford, Special to The Sun – December 8, 2012
Now that Vancouver city council has decided that a $2.8-billion subway rapid transit line to UBC is the best way to meet the growing public transportation demand along the Broadway corridor, some hard questions need to be asked.
Why ask the questions after the decision has been made?
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