Thursday, February 26, 2015

Pedestrian advocates say evidence supports adding additional scrambles in downtown Toronto

Yesterday, Toronto’s public works committee voted to scrap the pedestrian priority crossing at Bay and Bloor. However, walking advocates insist there’s a case for adding similar crossings to at least two other intersections downtown. Commonly known as “scrambles,” the intersections allow pedestrians to cross in all directions once per traffic cycle. Read more.

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