Comment 102376

By ScreenCarp (registered) | Posted June 12, 2014 at 12:20:27 in reply to Comment 102331

Vancouver also has the worst gridlock in Canada. It's actually far worse on secondary roads as people try to avoid congestion on the main roads by "rat-running". I wouldn't hold it up as a shinning example of urban design, traffic engineering or public health. It seems like a cautionary tale on all fronts.

I'd prefer my residential Street not have an endless stream of idling cars crawling past my front door. I think the best way to do this is to ensure the arterial roads continue work well.

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