Remove the Gardiner Expressway East

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Josh B
6 years ago
There is no reason to have an elevated highway in that area. Queensway-like avenue will suffice.

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Dan Charleton
6 years ago
I'm signing because I am a driver, cyclist, public transit user and pedestrian and I believe in a balanced approach to public space. Removing the Gardiner will free up space for public use with minimal impact on commuters. It's the right decision.

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Jeff Bonnell
6 years ago
I don't appreciate my hard earned tax dollars being invested in outdated solutions that will ha e a negative impact on our city' s economic prosperity in the future

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Sarah Wolch
6 years ago
I drive there every day and this is possible

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Ryan Harris
6 years ago
I grew up in Toronto, but have lived in Boston, DC, SF and NYC. I have seen the wonderful results of freeway removal and adaptive urbanism. With every trip home, I have witness Toronto blossom in to one of the top cities in North America. This is Toronto's chance to take the next step towards being a world-class city.

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Andrew Craig
6 years ago
The short sighted nature of a Hybrid option is just hilariously bad, and I don't like being the butt of a joke... especially a 100 year joke....

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Sean Hayes
6 years ago
I want the waterfront to be open, not grimy. I want to see space opened for more parks and development. I want to see space that can be used by our community.

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Cynthia A
6 years ago
It's ridiculous that we could spend money fixing an aging transit system but instead we're focusing on a decrepit freeway!

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Carole Walker
6 years ago
It's senseless to maintain it for only 3% of users and minimal increase in ride times!

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Michael MacKenzie
6 years ago
I am Canadian, I have lived in Toronto, I love the city and I believe it will be greatly improved by urban planning that seeks to reduce the number of cars in the city.