According to the Hamilton Spectator heralding the opening of the Ferguson Avenue Bridge:
The Ferguson Avenue Master Plan strived to turn an ordinary street into a handsome passage from the Mountain to the water, with bike lanes and sidewalks."
Except that when you reach Main Street, one of our busiest streets, you must navigate the crossing without a signal.
To make it even more inconvenient for pedestrians, especially those pushing strollers or with assisted mobility devices, there is not a proper ramp on the north curb of Main. Instead, there's a makeshift asphalt lump mashed into the concrete curb.
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