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ION - Waterloo Region's Light Rail Transit
(04-25-2017, 01:12 PM)Canard Wrote: I guess what I'm getting at is I didn't think it was such a great leap to go from understanding this (which appears everywhere in North America):



...to this:



I guess I put too much faith in humanity. Rolleyes

There is a break in the roadway, so maybe they think it tunnels under the railway.  Any reason they wouldn't keep the road solid to keep it consistent with the other one?

(I never thought the above, was just trying to figure out how someone could mis interpret it)

Coke
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It's not a new kind of sign. The ones on King St E look like this:

   
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(7 hours ago)kps Wrote: It's not a new kind of sign. The ones on King St E look like this:

Have also seen such signs in Quebec. They are surely part of the standard for road signs.
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(7 hours ago)plam Wrote: Have also seen such signs in Quebec. They are surely part of the standard for road signs.

Ah, yes, it seems to be a WC-4B. IANATL so no idea whether the Ion interpretation is close enough to be legal.
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(6 hours ago)kps Wrote: ...IANATL...

"I Am Not A Traffic Lawyer"?!
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Northbound messenger wire has been strung across Victoria and under the grade separation. Curbs are progressing well, too.
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