High Park Ave and Dundas St West traffic lights ribbon cutting ceremony

The lights at the intersection of High Park Ave and Dundas St West are going in right now to the joy of many, to cerebrate the community building benefits these lights will bring to the Junction, a ribbon cutting ceremony is planned at the completion of the installation of the traffic control lights.

Improved walk ability, easier back and forth flow when moving across Dundas St West., easier left hand turns, much easier for families push strollers around, are all great benefits of this installation.

Having a ribbon cutting ceremony will give the community a chance to let the city staff, local councillor, planning department, and the police department all know we want the Junction to a high priority and let  them know we appreciate there efforts.

The ceremony will receive official City of Toronto ribbon for this event.

Right now we getting in touch with the transportation and planning departments as the construction company doing the work to find out the completion date for the lights so we can post a date.

Bea Mozdzanowski of the councillors office will help pin down the completion date of the installation, she also helped get the ribbon.

If you have any ideas about the ceremony or want to help please email the blog at thejunctioneer@gmail.com.The lights at the intersection of High Park Ave and Dundas St West are going in right now to the joy of many, to cerebrate the community building benefits these lights will bring to the Junction, a ribbon cutting ceremony is planned at the completion of the installation of the traffic control lights.

Improved walk ability, easier back and forth flow when moving across Dundas St West., easier left hand turns, much easier for families push strollers around, are all great benefits of this installation.

Having a ribbon cutting ceremony will give the community a chance to let the city staff, local councillor, planning department, and the police department all know we want the Junction to a high priority and let  them know we appreciate there efforts.

The ceremony will receive official City of Toronto ribbon for this event.

Right now we getting in touch with the transportation and planning departments as the construction company doing the work to find out the completion date for the lights so we can post a date.

Bea Mozdzanowski of the councillors office will help pin down the completion date of the installation, she also helped get the ribbon.

The lights at the intersection of High Park Ave and Dundas St West are going in right now to the joy of many, to celebrate the community building benefits these lights will bring to the Junction, a ribbon cutting ceremony is planned at the completion of the installation of the traffic control lights.

Improved walk ability, easier back and forth flow when moving across Dundas St West., easier left hand turns, much easier for families push strollers around, are all great benefits of this installation.

Having a ribbon cutting ceremony will give the community a chance to let the city staff, local councillor, planning department, and the police department all know we want the Junction to a high priority and let  them know we appreciate their efforts.

The ceremony will receive official City of Toronto ribbon for this event.

Right now we getting in touch with the transportation and planning departments and the construction company doing the work to find out the completion date for the lights so we can post a date.

Bea Mozdzanowski of the councillors office will help pin down the completion date of the installation, she also helped get the ribbon.

If you have any ideas about the ceremony or want to help please email the blog at thejunctioneer@gmail.com.

8 Comments

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  1. W. K. Lis says:

    All TTC buses (and streetcars) making a left turn at a UNsignaled intersection is wrong. They should have had signals ages ago.

  2. Rodger says:

    Don't these politicians have anything better to do than pat themselves on the back over a poor choice made with tax payers money?

  3. Irina says:

    Looking forward to this, thanks for posting!

  4. Martin L says:

    Sounds like a good idea and lots of fun.

    Let me know if I can help.

  5. Mark Dallas says:

    "…let them know we appreciate THEIR efforts."

  6. pedestrian says:

    Hey Rodger, get out of your car much?

  7. Rodger says:

    Yes I do, thanks for asking. I'm not sure what criticizing low level Politicians and how they spend there time has to do with driving, but I still think it's a bad idea even when I walk.

    Are you incapable of walking the 50 meters in either direction to cross at one of the existing lights? Or are you employed buy one of these low level Politicians and are looking forward to wasting your time at a ribbon cutting ceremony.

  8. Linda says:

    I'm willing to bet that anyone who is unhappy with this development DOES NOT HAVE YOUNG CHILDREN. This is the first I've heard of this and I think it is great. I have a 4 year old and we walk a lot or cycle. I have often wondered with there are no traffic lights at High Park and Dundas. Several times we have nearly been hit by a left turning vehicle from Dundas to High Park while we are crossing HIGH PARK avenue on Dundas in their haste to make their left.

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