If you've ever sat in bumper to bumper traffic on King Street, you know what a frustrating street it can be to commute on.

The city of Toronto is now considering ways to improve the congestion on King. According to CBC, one option is to make King solely a transit, pedestrian, and cyclist zone.  

via @raydang21

During a conference on Wednesday morning, Toronto's chief planner Jennifer Keesmat announced the launch of a new website that will examine the different options being considered for King Street from Dufferin Street to River Street.

The King Street Pilot Project will explore all possible options for the busy downtown strip. These options will be officially proposed on in a public meeting on February 13th, meaning we'll have to wait a little longer to learn of King Street's fate.


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