[caption id="attachment_5366" align="aligncenter" width="473" caption="The lights in the final testing stage minutes before being turned on"][/caption]
[caption id="attachment_5367" align="aligncenter" width="473" caption="The 1st cars enter the now working intersection"][/caption]
The lights are working now and right away people have started to use them to cross Dundas St West, and by standing around It could see that they were using them to move between the retail stores on the north and south sides of Dundas St West with much greater ease.
Before the traffic lights were working - to cross safely people had to cross at Pacific Ave. or Clendenan Avenue Ave., 1 block to the east and two blocks to the west. An action that reduced the flow of pedestrian traffic acrros Dundas St. and probably reduced the sales for many merchants.
While these lights were motioned and brought into reality at city council by the local Councillor, they are also the result of many requests and a need expressed by business and members of the community, so come and make some requests to Councillor Bill Saundercook.
Why should you come to the ceremony? The lights are an new important element to the street scape and usability of the Junction retail strip. Part of the function of your attending the opening will communicate to the Councillor and the city transportation services that not only do you appreciate their efforts - but that the Junction community wants more efforts expended by the city on the The Junction.
Thursday, October 8, 2009
The Dundas St W and High Park Ave intersection are working - turned on about 11:15am
Labels: Beacon contracting, Bill Saundercook, City of Toronto, Councillor Bill Saundercook, Dundas St W and High Park Ave, Dundas Street West and High Park Avenue, Dundas west, High Park Avenue– Traffic Control Signals, Junction Residents Association, Mc Murray Ave, The Junction, Ward 13 - Parkdale-High Park, Ward 13 (Parkdale-High Park)
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