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Oxford -Widening: Commissioners to Hyde Park -Widening: VMP to London Airport Sarnia -Widening: Hyde Park to Sleightome, including CP overpass replacement -Extension: New Bridge link from Phillip Aziz to Huron Huron -Link: Maitland to William -Widening: Highbury to VMP Windermere -Link: Adelaide to Kilally Fanshawe Park -Widening: 6 lanes in Masonville Commercial Area (so around Richmond) -Widening: Adelaide to Highbury Sunningdale -Widening: Wonderland to Highbury If I missed something let me know!
This is just for roads only, not transit.i hope the city wins at least 50 powerball lotteries in order to finance all of that!
That said, the family folks in that 30 to 50 age bracket still want the privacy, quiet, space, and dare I say perceived security of the 'burbs to raise their kids.
Well unfortunately the city has no intention to plan light rail for at least 20 years...
Imagine zipping to downtown Toronto in about an hour.
-As I've said before, if we don't start construction by the end of the decade, our economy is screwed. I originally started to take the pictures to help out the Highway 401 article on Wikipedia ( but now I'm taking shots of everything lol.
-Decker Drive to Highway 402: Road work / resurfacing -Wonderland / Viscount intersection: Resurfacing -Guy Lombardo Bridge: Rehabilitation -Riverside to Oxford: Watermain replacement -Gainsborough to Fanshawe Park: Widening / reconstruction Insane eh? (...) Which means that the case for conversion from greenfield development to brownfield/redevelopment must be shown to be economically advantageous to the developer.
Guess you can blame stimulus funding for all the upgrades taking place at once. This will only happen if the home-buying consumer changes their mindset and decides on say a place in a high rise or townhouse in the inner city as opposed to the white picket fence in the 'burbs.A major flaw of the otherwise positive system of democracy. This will only happen if the home-buying consumer changes their mindset and decides on say a place in a high rise or townhouse in the inner city as opposed to the white picket fence in the 'burbs.