Are you suggesting that tens or hundreds of millions of dollars be shifted out of the city's operating budget in order to build tunnels or bridges (GO-willing) to Liberty Village? I'm going to assume that most of the buyers noted the relatively few routes into the area, and some residents may even like that kind of "isolation." In the end, it's not the absence of roads, bridges or tunnels, but an excessive overbuilding courtesy of developers hungry to sell as many units as possible that has contributed mostly to the exploding population.Yes, tunnel underneath. In an almost 10 billion dollar annual budget, the city seems to have plenty for key infrastructure projects. Despite this, they unfortunately don't seem to be in any rush make the exploding Liberty Village less isolated, which could be done by connecting a few key roads. It will only be more complicated and infuriating for residents once the area is built out.