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The AMT has ruled out ferryboats and cable cars as possible means of linking Montreal to the south shore.
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How about transporters, Tardis and AT-AT?
Didn’t think ferries were too ludicrous an idea, although I don’t know if anyone manages to commute via the pleasure boats that ply between the Jacques-Cartier pier and the Longueuil marina in season. I don’t imagine the schedule is very useful for that kind of thing. But running a few boats across from Old Montreal to Longueuil at the beginning and end of the conventional work day might not be such a bad notion.
I wonder if the AMT folk went to check out the SeaBus in Vancouver. That one is a big success.
A ferry runs across the harbour between downtown Halifax and downtown Dartmouth which is quite popular and very pleasant. There’s also the ferry in Quebec city which offers some of the best views imaginable of the Chateau Frontenac. It’s also free if you take it by foot (this is good advice if you ever have a date in Quebec City).
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