This is only within Slaw's remit by the merest toenail — that of traffic laws. But because it's (still) Friday, I thought the ROC might enjoy watching Torontonians experience their very first "pedestrian scramble" at Dundas and Yonge St. Click on the image to see a time lapse video by Sam Javanrouh of how the controlled chaos is working.
Calgary, of course, had a scramble first. And I seem to recall from a childhood visit that Medicine Hat had what was then called kitty-corner or katy-corner crossings way back…then.
[via Spacing Toronto]