Accessible pedestrian signals: Reasonable or Ridiculous?

For the coming year, the Accessibility Advisory Committee has requested the installation of accessible pedestrian signals at Richmond and Grosvenor, where over 80,000 persons with vision loss visit the Ivey Eye Institute each year, and the intersection of York and Clarence where a high number of visually impaired go to the government offices at 217 York St. Only the former can be accommodated under the current budget.