The Fixer in the Toronto Star has a story on the newly installed speed bumps in Tommy Thompson Park. They were installed specifically to slow down cyclists. I appreciate the need for public safety but perhaps lines on the road to separate a cycling lane and a walking lane would have been better. I can’t imagine that the steady stream of dump trucks that use the road Monday – Friday as they deliver their fill to the end of the spit are going to enjoy these new impediments to their travels.
PS: The park is named after a City of Toronto parks commissioner – not the Group Of Seven artist… which explains the “p” in Thompson!