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You'll have to cut-and-paste that into your browser because I still haven't figured out how to set up a hot link using this blogging software.
The story outlines proposals for the town of Uxbridge to eliminate many of the STOP signs that don't in fact stop anybody in that (or any other) community.
It also hints at the benefits of roundabouts, which are bloody obvious to everyone except, it would seem, most town planners.
The story does quote a planner from Ajax to the east on the success they've had there; it does not mention (but I will - again) the amazing success various communities to the west (Wellington County, Ancaster, et al) have had with the most brilliant traffic control device yet invented.
Where is Halton, where I live?
Where is Mississauga?
Where is Metro Toronto?
Where is Vaughan?
All asleep, apparently.
Or in the hip pockets of stop sign and traffic light manufacturers...