Yield then proceed? I’ll show you yield then proceed, mother@#*&$%! Here’s a newsflash: The Powers That Be in charge of urban planning for our SuperCity are asleep at the switch. The HRM has grown considerably in the past decade, with far more rapid expansion projected for the next 10 years; rushhour gridlock is only the most conspicuous example of how we can no longer make due with a system that’s 30 years out-of-date. When you let a problem go for long enough, the choice becomes very simple: Either we get people with vision to rethink the way that our SuperCity operates (from transportation to sanitation to zoning) or we choke to death on our traffic (not to mention the raw sewage). Till then, with upwards of 95,000 vehicles passing through the Armdale Rotary each weekday, Coast readers have elected this dizzying traffic circle our very own LA freeway: most likely to make you go ballistic.
Runner-up: Quinpool Road