Let's say you buy a nice house in the quiet neighbourhood west of Dundurn Ave. N. and north of King St. W. Now let's say you want to walk for groceries at Fortino's.
You can go:
The legal way, crossing in three directions from the northwest corner - east across Dundurn, south across King and back west across Dundurn - waiting through three traffic light cycles;
The illegal way, darting across King on the west side of Dundurn; or
The deadly way, crossing King among highway-mentality drivers from Breadalbane St. over to the plaza entrance.
Why do we force pedestrians to do the triple-cross at a fully controlled light capable of supporting a pedestrian signal on its western edge?
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