Tuesday, September 29, 2009

PDP #108: Five Points

The Five Points intersection in downtown Barrie is, like much of the rest of that city, an absolute masterpiece of urban design (cough, cough). At that intersection Dunlop Street East, Bayfield Street, and Clapperton Street meet, and it would be a perfect candidate for a scramble intersection if only 1) there were more trip generators in downtown Barrie, and 2) Barrie prized its downtown over things like annexing bits of Innisfil so that it can build even more suburban subdivisions! Right! Because there aren't enough already!

This photo was taken during Barrie's Promenade Days celebration. Other times, drivers are not too pleased to see photographers standing in the middle of the road, peering through a viewfinder.

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