big blue signs
I have heard there is a fuss about large blue street signs in Leaside, as they are making new consistent street-signage in Toronto. If the signs are as big as they sound, maybe I will be able to drive around Toronto, finding the street I need more easily than when the signs are teeny and white, if the intersection has street signs at all. When you are on busy Bloor Street, peering across several lanes of traffic, to see a small black and white street sign meant for a small town street with 2 lanes of traffic, or meant for pedestrians, it’s kind of nerve-wracking. How fun is it to try to go around the block again, because you missed the street? I say “try” because that’s not always fun what when you run into one-way streets in the process. If you are complaining that we don’t need big signs, maybe it’s because you’ve lived here for 5874958273 years and you know where all the streets are anyhow.