Comment 65458

By seancb (registered) - website | Posted June 30, 2011 at 21:11:48 in reply to Comment 65436

A big problem with one ways is that it adds to the total trip kilometers meaning more cars driving further - which is bad for pedestrians.

An extreme example: driving southbound on John approaching King, one cannot turn right onto the south leg of the gore. One must turn right on King, left at mac nab, left on main. left on john, left on south leg of gore. All of these one way streets and arbitrary turn restrictions fore people to drive further to reach their destination - even if they know how to get there - and are multiplied if the driver does not know exactly where they are going. one way streets are poisonous to tourists and bad for walkability.

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