It's really not visually intrusive at all. There wouldn't be any negative aesthetic effect from slinging these over our large suburban arterials.
It’s a good learning experiment for the city, but it’s too soon to say what worked and what can be improved. It’s not the horror that some predicted.
My one observation so far is that it was a mistake to place the south headwall of the guideway so close to the sidewalk at Wallace. There is already a worsening of the ambience there. Had the designers placed even one more span southwards, with the abutment that little bit further away from the road, the airiness of that space could have been maintained.
We will see how it looks when the catenary, sound walls, etc are added - and trains start rumbling along it.