Can anyone help by doing an animation for me?

Jul. 13, 2016

"My guesstimate of the present value of the lost time and productivity transferring between subway and LRT is based on the number of transfers between subway and SRT at Kennedy and Eglinton Station - APPROXIMATE PRESENT VALUE OF LOST TIME TRANSFERRING BETWEEN SUBWAY AND SRT AT KENNEDY AND EGLINTON = 30,000 average weekday transfers (extrapolated from 2014 stats) x 260 weekdays per year x 30 years x 9 minutes lost time per transfer x $29.00/hour = $1.01 BILLION in LOST TIME - The total value of the lost time is even higher if you factor in weekends, but urban planners place a lower value on your time when you are traveling for leisure, so it won't increase the figures much - THIS IS WHY I FEEL THAT THE COST/BENEFIT ANALYSIS FOR AN LRT IN PLACE OF A SUBWAY HAS BEEN GROSSLY MISREPRESENTED"

Phil Prentice
Mar. 15, 2016

DON MILLS AND SHEPPARD CONNECTED TO SCARBOROUGH CENTRE WITH A SUBWAY

SCENE ONE
Subway cars full of happy passengers (including a nurse on her way to work at Scarborough General Hospital) whizzing along Sheppard Avenue on a subway train from Yonge and Sheppard through Don Mills and Sheppard, Scarborough Centre, and McCowan and Lawrence Stations – The nurse hops off at McCowan and Lawrence and goes to work at the hospital (all fresh and ready for work)

SCENE TWO
Everybody hops back on the subway at their respective stops and heads back home to North York – The nurse hops off at Yonge and Sheppard and starts cooking dinner (She lives alone with her cat because she kicked her lazy blogger husband out years ago!)

DON MILLS AND SHEPPARD CONNECTED TO SCARBOROUGH CENTRE WITH AN LRT

SCENE ONE
Subway cars full of happy passengers (including a nurse on her way to work at Scarborough General Hospital) whizzing along Sheppard Avenue on a subway train from Yonge and Sheppard to their brand spanking new $1 billion Don Mills and Sheppard LRT/Subway transitional station – The passengers happily get off, climb the stairs because the escalators are out-of-order again and those damn people in wheelchairs are hogging the elevators, stand and wait patiently while tapping their toes and staring at the walls for eight to nine minutes – They all hop on to the new speedy almost as fast as a subway supped up streetcar (errr ….. LRT) – The not so happy anymore passengers get off their brand spanking new $250 million upgraded Scarborough Centre LRT/Subway transitional station, climb down the stairs because the escalators are out-of-order again and those damn people in wheelchairs are hogging the elevators here too, stand and wait patiently while tapping their toes and staring at the walls for eight to nine minutes – They all hop on to the new speedy fast as a subway subway - The nurse hops off at McCowan and Lawrence and goes to work at the hospital (not so fresh and not so ready for work)

SCENE TWO
Everybody hops back on the subway at their respective stops and heads back home to North York – The nurse hops off at Yonge and Sheppard – She skips dinner, feeds her cat, and her and her cat go to bed!