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Narrow traffic lanes coming to Toronto

Watch above: Should traffic lanes in Toronto be narrowed? Mark Carcasole reports. 

TORONTO – Toronto’s transportation services department is planning to shrink the city’s traffic lanes in a bid to improve road safety and reduce congestion. 182 more words

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It's not immigration that politicians should be criticised for it's the incompetence of catering for it.

We’re sacking nurses, police, firemen, soldiers and other public servants.
I.e. making talented people jobless.
If we are to have an open door policy on immigration, shouldn’t we be creating jobs? 131 more words

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Not happy with the Politician's Plans for Rosanna Road - Let them know

Not happy with your local politician’s plan for Victorian Roads?

Let them know here: http://racvelectionmonitor.com.au/?cmpid=edm

Use this link to demand better transport from the candidates in the major parties. 25 more words

Another major upgrade to expressway expected to slow traffic

Commuters can expect more construction to slow traffic on the E.C. Row Expressway next summer with the city planning a $2-million overhaul of the Walker Road overpass. 174 more words

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Bath - the UK's most walkable city?

Bath & North East Somerset Council will discuss the draft transport strategy for Bath at its meeting on Thursday November 13.

Getting around Bath aims to reduce congestion and allow people to move around more easily to support the long-term economic strategy for the area. 540 more words

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Crowd Funding

Crowd-funding is a current buzzword, though often referred to as ‘Kickstarter’, as in “How should we fund the Road Decongestion Lab?”  “You should use Kickstarter.” 720 more words

Disappearing Traffic

Disappearing Traffic

Welcome to the website/blog for Disappearing Traffic.  The purpose of this site is to keep the whole ‘Disappearing Traffic’ body of work in one place, with occasional updates on progress, so that supporters can follow the action as well as look back on what has been achieved.   473 more words

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