Lack of vehicle access makes it tough to reach all areas of Beacon Hill Park

Speed bumps could have achieved traffic calming as well

Thanks for the opportunity to voice our opinion on the traffic changes in the park.

I am convinced that the changes are not conducive to the general public accessing the park for leisure activities. Unless you are very agile, the distances between the corners of the park require more vehicle access. Unless you want to spend a day exploring the park, the current access is totally inappropriate.

Previous road routes may have served as through-access for taxis and other vehicles, so why not put in speed bumps to reduce the speed?

Making the park more accessible by the motoring traffic means more access to various portions of the park by the general public.

Andre Beaudette


Victoria News