Those doubled "Stop for pedestrians" and yield signs are too much visual clutter. Same for those "cross rides". Just ride across the turning ramp...who needs those ugly white stripes across them.
Peel Region's been putting up the expanded signs and paint at all of its right turn slip lanes as part of its "Vision Zero" program. I'd rather see the slip lanes/channelized right turns disappear completely instead.
It's good to know that Mississauga wants to remove them. Brampton doesn't use them (there are only two intersections that Brampton is responsible for that have them, IIRC - Heart Lake Road at Sandalwood, a throwback before the 410 was extended, and at Orenda Road and West Drive, at an odd-angled intersection in an industrial area), but compared to Mississauga, more of Brampton's major roads are regional, and where a city and a regional road meet, the region has responsibility. Steeles, Bovaird, and Dixie are awful for them, as is Queen Street east of the 410 (also regional).