2017 Vision Zero Road Safety Plan & The Arts De Mode Pin

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Here is documented proof about increasing pedestrian fatalities, as published by the City of Toronto : https://www1.toronto.ca/City%20Of%20Toronto/Transportation%20Services/VisionZero/Links/2017%20Vision%20Zero%20Road%20Safety%20Plan.pdf Little has really changed,except for the enhanced rhetoric about promised change   IE; Just this Saturday Nov 4th 2107,  8 pedestrians & 1 cyclists  where struck from 8 am to 11 am. Where & when do we draw the line. […]

Canada`s Great Trail on McLaughlin Road receives measured promise of safety upgrades by Caledon public works

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 Inglewood home owners will be delighted to discover that the eventual moving of a few speed limit signs will augment their home equity by approx.$3,000. Based on the hypothesis that the average village residence is worth approx. $600,000.   Congrats ! The multitude of mostly 3 season cyclists, hikers & horse-riders will also be pleased to […]

Making a Tiny Portion of Canada’s Great Trail Safer in celebration of Canada`s 150 birthday !

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McLaughlin Road North in Caledon is part of Canada`s Great Trail System, plus also being terra firma for the Credit Valley Trail. These 2 trails are also noted conduits to 5 other interconnected trail systems. This simple fact is an invaluable asset to the village, the region and the province. Making this section of interchangeable […]

Traffic Calming Raises Property Values !

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Traffic study after study, categorically details that adjacent property owners are the immediate Pecuniary Beneficiary of safer streets. These studies also continually imply that the more bi-pedal friendly neighbourhood becomes the more attractive it becomes for potential property owners (residential, retailer & small commercial).  There is a direct correlation between people friendly streets and augmented […]

16 Pedestrians & 6 Cyclists killed in 2016 thus far; something has to be done!

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  In the 4 short months that have made up the year 2016 thus far, a total of 22 people have been killed as a result of careless, irresponsible drivers within the GTA. The deceased individuals consist of 16 pedestrians and 6 cyclists, exercising their right to roam and ride the streets, with what should […]

A tip of the hat, regarding implemented Highway 10 safety improvements

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Morning Doug; Pleasure seeing you the other night at the open house hosted by the VIA. You were looking robustly fit and full of vigour; Your Solomon like like presence & tenor was appreciated. Doreen should be highly complimented. It was reassuring to discover that several other attendees had similar concerns about reducing & controlling […]

Plea to Town Council; For critical safety updates to a tiny part of the TCT!

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Presently there are 7 trails that intersect or run on top of the Trans Canada trail through and just north of the village of Inglewood on McLaughlin road. Objectively North of the Hospice & Community Centre the road is rapidly deteriorating. The expanded shoulder of the road that is in theory, the designated area to […]

Hourly Train between Union Station & West Brampton. Service coming soon !

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    Hallelujah!!! Will this mean that at long last Go Transit will substantially enhance service along Highways 10 & 50? (i.e. proper bus shelters, with bike racks & displayed time arrivals). These simple, affordable measures would surely encourage more ridership. Just think 45,000 plus people work at or near the airport, it is estimated […]