Comment 52950

By DanJelly (registered) | Posted December 10, 2010 at 12:05:10

Kent is the only north-south street between Queen and Dundurn that runs continuously from the escarpment straight down to Charlton.

What Ryan describes here is the pedestrian equivalent of an arterial road. The problem is whenever a primary pedestrian route meets a primary vehicle route, the latter seems to take priority.

Does the situation at Aberdeen and Kent not fly in the face of the City's efforts to limit the distance somebody has to travel to reach an HSR stop? One wonders if they just draw dots on a map when they make these decisions without thinking of the nature of the streets themselves.

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