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Walking in Waterloo Region
So now we just make sh*t up!
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(05-21-2019, 07:14 PM)creative Wrote: Please provide where our traffic engineers say specifically that this is an “inappropriate solution”!

I am of course speaking as someone who has spoken to these people in person. I do not have a quote.

But nice of you to call me a liar.
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Very cool. Kind of sad that its first implementation in the Region is in a big box development to help motorists get from their cars to the door (instead of, say, at a busy intersection in the University zone). But maybe local government will take a cue.
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I think it's nice to see a strip mall even give a hoot about pedestrian safety.
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Anyone know where these have been painted? I drove from one end to the other yesterday on my way to the Hydrocut and didn't see the new crosswalks.
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(05-23-2019, 09:20 AM)Section ThirtyOne Wrote: Anyone know where these have been painted? I drove from one end to the other yesterday on my way to the Hydrocut and didn't see the new crosswalks.

Looks like Immediately in front of the medical center from the pictures I saw
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