Today’s Star contains an article by Kevin McGran in which we learn of a scheme to run trains of CLRVs on King Street. This won’t happen any day soon because the CLRVs haven’t had couplers for years, but they are included in the upcoming CLRV retrofit.
The vital point comes in the article’s second sentence:
The coupling would move more people faster, even though the “headway” — the time between streetcars — during rush hour would increase from two minutes to four, the transit commission says.
This claim of a two minute headway is repeated elsewhere in the article. Continue reading