I kind of figured there wouldn't be. And given how many avenues for support are likely to be blocked, and how few would be caught dead with a Faith Goldy sign on their front lawn (as opposed to Twitter trolls with FG sigs), I wouldn't expect much if any in the line of improvement...
That JohnToryWatch person is ALL IN on Faith Goldy, constantly defending as not being racist, despite her love of the 14 words. Interesting how these people aren't being free speech warriors for James Sears and Chris Brosky...
Can't find linked stories up yet, and the Twitter discussion isn't useful.....
But Keesmaat held a presser a few minutes ago touting a plan for greater road/pedestrian safety.
Gist is all residential streets to have 30km/ph speed limit w/in 2 years.
100 most dangerous intersections to get special attention for redesign.
All school zones to be subject to design improvements for safety with a focus on road narrowing, narrower crossings etc.
Need to see a bit more detail, but I like the tone.
I'm paraphrasing here, but in answering a reporter she said something to the effect of 'its not about more signs telling people to slow down, or about collecting more data, its about implementing complete streets policies the City already has.'
Her backgrounder on her site has some images of what she has in mind.
Come to my neighbourhood where the most dangerous twists and turns are done at 50 km/h when they should be done at 10-20 km/h.
What bothers many is that city staff should make more decisions based on what people observe versus relying so much on the data on file. I can't get a stop sign installed because city staff focus so much on what the numbers in the books say. I hope this could change under Kessmaat!