Friday, August 21, 2009
High Park and Dundas St West traffic lights going in now
...has started today in earnest with Beacon contracting on site cutting the concrete for installation of the poles and the laying of the wire. YEA this is going to be great - you will be able to cross at High Park and Dundas St West with safety and ease.
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BACKGROUND information from city staff reports
At the request of Councillor Bill Saundercook, Ward 13, Parkdale–High Park, on behalf of area residents, Transportation Services staff investigated the feasibility of installing traffic control signals at this intersection.
...city staff COMMENTS
Dundas Street West is classified as a major arterial roadway with a speed limit of
50 km/h. High Park Avenue is a local roadway operating northbound and southbound with a speed limit of 40 km/h. The TTC operates transit service on both Dundas Street West and High Park Avenue.
Labels: Beacon contracting, Bill Saundercook, Dundas Street West, Dundas Street West and High Park Avenue, High Park Ave, High Park Avenue– Traffic Control Signals, Junction Residents Association, Junction Retail, Mc Murray Ave, Parkdale, Roncesvalles Village, Swansea, The Junction, Ward 11 (York South-Weston}, Ward 13 (Parkdale-High Park), Ward 14 – (Parkdale-High Park), West Bend
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