19 June 2009 | Posted inBlog News & Updates
Posted by Justin
Big things happened in Toronto yesterday. A local Architect presented his idea for what he would do to with our inter-city expressway, the Gardiner Expressway. The same expressway the city has been talking about tearing down/repairing/doing nothing with, for almost a quarter of a century. It’s a great time to do it also, with the city will be going on strike come Sunday night. But never the less, I thought I would show my friends to the south as not many people from Toronto actually look at my content.
The Gardiner Expressway, built between 1955-1966. Named after Robert G. Gardiner, (our Robert Moses) was the Chair of the now defunct Metro Council. It stretches about 20 kilometers running east west, and …