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15 November 2010

Gardiner Expressway in a vented, glass-covered tube

  • Another idea to revitalize the Gardiner Expressway
  • Is this giant tube just a pipe dream?
    Donovan Vincent
    Staff Reporter, Toronto Star, Nov 14 2010

    "An architect has proposed covering the Gardiner Expressway in a vented, glass-covered tube. He says it would reduce car noise, keep snow and rain off the roadway and improve asthetics, with tree-lined pedestrian areas underneath. Do you like this idea?" Have Your Say

    Last year, Les Klein's Green Ribbon plan (pictured above) to turn the expressway into an elevated park was cause for much discussion -- both positive and critical -- but another plan from around the same time has flown a bit under the radar. In an October 2009 article in The Bulletin, Michael Comstock, president of the Toronto Association of BIAs, wrote about architect Peter Michno's proposal to enclose the Gardiner in a glass dome. Without many renderings readily available online, however, it never garnered the attention that Klein's idea enjoyed. continue reading, Derek Flack / November 15, 2010, blogto.com

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