Those are some nice renders............I'll put a few out for everyone to see:
Nope, it's going to remain as Dunbloor.
Huh??I live in what used to be 11 Dunbloor. The City changed the name to 5191 Dundas Street West at the end of September. Took over 2 month to be able to get my Drivers License changed because Canada Post was slow to update their database.
Everyone I know in the area absolutely hates it, you'll always hit at least 1 red light, usually all 3, and anyone who isn't familiar with the area is confused.You could easily think this was some city in Europe with wide streets, sidewalks, bike paths etc. Traveling in Europe myself over the years, I can attest this exactly how it's done there. You can envision the short and long term potential of this neighbourhood. Planning done right can lead to great results.
Curious what has occurred here with the six points reconfiguration...can it be duplicated anywhere else in Toronto on this or similar scale?
It's great waiting trying to make a left onto dunbloor heading west and you get stuck at the light for no reason. There is no traffic flow in this area, there is no peds or cyclists around but traffic has to wait and idle for no reason. I try to avoid this area by taking side streets which shouldn't be the main reason. I get trying to keep traffic slow but doing it for no reason is just dumb. Hope those in the buildings enjoy the exhaust gasses :-/