Windsor Street Exchange

At the foot of Windsor Street, society sorts itself into two types of people.

1. The type who wait patiently in the left left-turning lane to proceed into a lane on the Bedford Highway that continues indefinitely

2. The type who veer out of the lineup to pass everyone, straddling two lanes all the way down the hill, to access that short right-hand lane, which then necessitates merging back into the first lane and cutting off the people they just passed.

Why Halifax has so many lanes that start and end within 100m of an intersection is beyond me. There is also a third type, which indiscriminately wanders across solid lines after the intersection, at no obvious benefit to themselves or anyone else. —Waiting patiently (today)

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