What does it take to be the best public transit agency in North America? Efficiency? Affordability? Innovativeness? Flexibility? Extensiveness? Values? Vision? Located at the edge of the former Downsview Canadian Forces Base, the 60 acre Wilson Bus and Subway Complex is perhaps the most important single property on the Toronto Transit Commission. The subway yards marshall the bulk of the service on the Yonge-University-Subway line, and the attached bus garage stores over 250 vehicles. Even though additional subway yards may be built in the future (such as at Richmond Hill), and even though additional bus garages have opened since Wilson launched operations in 1976, Wilson remains and will likely remain a critical part of the TTC's bus and subway network. It is well placed to maintain a key part of Toronto's suburban bus network, and it has been blessed with a lot of space in which to operate as a subway yard. Davisville could close (and it has), but it is almost inconceivable that Wilson could suffer the same fate.