Comment 81312

By John Neary (registered) | Posted September 28, 2012 at 13:19:32 in reply to Comment 81302

You can disagree with me, but your facts are wrong.

Wonderland Road is in no way a ring road. It's nowhere near the western edge of the city, and it's an undivided street with traffic lights. Calling Wonderland a ring road is like calling Mohawk a ring road.

And as I explained above, Veterans Memorial Parkway has a similar design to Cootes Drive. It's not a controlled access highway.

London is actually a great contrast to Hamilton. Despite not having invested hundreds of millions of dollars in municipal highways, and despite not having destroyed inner-city neighbourhoods by creating a grid of high-speed one-way streets, life goes on.

[edit: corrected "eastern" to "western"]

Comment edited by John Neary on 2012-09-28 14:27:44

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