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OK: the traffic-funnelling system used on the Dartmouth side of the Macdonald Bridge resembles a demolition derby. And selfish, risk-taking drivers who race from the left side to the one green-lighted lane on the right just make a shitty situation worse. You inconsiderate assholes jumping the queue may end up two or three or four vehicles ahead of what should have been your spot in the lineup approaching the bridge deck. So, you’ll be reaching the Halifax side of the harbour a few seconds ahead of the time you otherwise would have. And once you’re on the Halifax side, you could well be stopped and waiting in another line of cars. Think about this, you motoring morons. — Dartmouth Driver
To all the idiots who need lessons on how to to park: they are very inconsiderate, they are non-humans who insist that they are more important than others. I can't even count as high as the amount of c#@$$ that do it to me, and I can't be the only one. I have one question directed at these mouth breathers using up good air: do you think that this is okay? IT'S NOT! GROW UP AND START TO THINK ABOUT OTHERS INSTEAD OF JUST YOURSELF!!!!!!!!! — Sam
The more I traverse the city, the more annoying I find it that we have two large car dealerships within our urban core (and even more farther north). Should not we be more critical of how we utilize our city’s space, and not allow glorified parking lots to set up shop, especially in the city with one of the lowest vacancy rates in the country? I’ll remind you that one of these lots demolished a gaggle of homes to have more space for its products to sit on. These businesses are better suited to areas like Burnside, Bayers Lake or Dartmouth Crossing, and not a highly populated downtown area. The sales lot model is dated and not very space-efficient. There could be dozens of homes built in these spaces, or small condos with ground-level storefronts to enliven the areas. Imagine Robie Street without car dealerships, and instead with new small businesses and more places to live! Does it not sound like an improvement? — Teethoflions
To the idiot in a grey Nissan Versa who crossed the North and Robie intersection as an ambulance was trying make its way to the hospital, in snow, during rush hour, yesterday afternoon. STOP and WAIT. And why TF are you wearing noise-cancelling headphones while driving!?!?!?! Are you literally trying to kill people?!?! Ugh. —Pedestrian Bitcher