WT Diamond project sound barriers in use Post date May 8, 2009 Post categories In Uncategorized The two freshly constructed sound barriers should they be called deflectors are in place and being used, at Old Weston Rd and Junction Rd. Tags Canadian Pacific Railway, Carleton Village, city planning, Development, Go Transit, Metrolinx, Mount Dennis, Railways, The Junction, The Junction Develpment, The Junction railroads, Toronto, Toronto West Diamond grade separation, Ward 11 (York South-Weston}, Ward 13 (Parkdale-High Park), Ward 14 – (Parkdale-High Park), Ward 16 Eglinton-Lawrence, West toronto, West Toronto Diamond project Post navigation ←Previous post:Outdoor Strength Training and Cardio programs for moms in the Junction→Next post:Next Post 3 Comments That looks to be great news. But what do the neighbouring residents think? Really don't as where they are using them there are no close residential neighbors, just factories, when they get closer to the old paint plant site, where there are homes with no buildings to buffer, hopefully for those people it will have an effect. I can attest as a resident of Mulock Avenue that the sound and vibrations are unnerving and we are left feeling helpless and worried about what impact those monstrous hits to the earth is doing to our homes. Sound barriers? Please. More like a cheap and ineffective band aid. Leave a Reply Cancel replyComment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.