Hume rips into Metrolinx

Christopher Hume, columnist for The Star, has a blistering review of the noise walls that will soon be up in Weston:

Whether they’re intended to protect drivers from the overwhelming ugliness of places like Mississauga and Brampton or make life less awful for locals is hard to tell. In either case, it should be obvious that such structures have no place in a city.

Author: Adam Norman

I am raising my two children in Weston.

2 thoughts on “Hume rips into Metrolinx”

  1. Those noise walls are like the Berlin wall, the “fence” along the Mexican-US border, and they are totally hostile.

    Movie theatres have cork panels to reflect sound; surely there’s something that can mask sound better than a huge ugly barricade!

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