Glory hallelujah! It’s road construction season again. Help wanted

It's a common cliché here in Canada—we have only two seasons—winter and road construction. As I drive around the city and surrounding countryside I'm experiencing my annual surge of anger and frustration with the state of our transportation system. Once the snow melts, roads and highways are cordoned off, lanes reduced and then nothing happens. IF there's any activity on the site, two bored-looking workers are wandering around with a shovel in their hands but most often there's nothing going on. I realize road and highway maintenance and improvements are necessary…

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Glory hallelujah! It’s road construction season again. Help wanted
Clear the track! I'll be dead before this @!#$%^& work gets finished.

Gardiner Expressway problem solved

Who is the genius responsible for the handling of road construction work in the Toronto area? In my opinion there is absolutely no reason the Gardiner Expressway reconstruction and rehabilitation work has to take two years. For that matter, why does any road construction take so long? Have you not been tempted to scream in frustration as you sit in a traffic jam on the 401 across Toronto observing several lanes of traffic being funneled down to two narrow lanes—and no one is working on the bloody construction? My corporate…

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