Comment 130126

By Blotto (registered) | Posted July 03, 2019 at 16:56:15 in reply to Comment 130056

Positive1 - appreciate the reply and i agree.

But do you think that maybe a very narrow road width (sub standard) - lower than your typical local residential street + all-way stops almost every intersection + parking on both sides of the street, where opposite traffic cant pass by + midblock sections less than 100m in length - have anything to do with it? I cant even drive 20km/h down those streets - im stopped waiting for someone to pass me by:) Now try driving any local residential street on the mountain , stoney creek and binbrook at 30km/h and lets seee. As Ryan mentions - its the design. Remove those speeed signs and nothing changes in that neighbourhood - it will still have good compliance.

Comment edited by Blotto on 2019-07-03 17:00:19

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