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Increase Ontario 400-series Highway Speed Limit to 120-130 km/h

Ontario has THE LOWEST speed limit in North America! Our speed limit was 112 km/h (70MPH) forty years ago! Now, with much safer cars, it is 100 km/h (62MPH). http://www.stop100.ca We want to legally drive at 120-130 km/h just like the citizens of over 60 jurisdictions world-wide, including the USA and EU. Countries and states that post 120-130 km/h on speed limits signs do not see a carnage, but smoothly flowing roads! ...more »

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Faster Internet for a Faster and more efficient Province.

Whereas Federal rules governing Internet Service Providers dissuade foreign investment and open competition, which results in duopolies, monopolies, and needlessly inflated service prices in tandem with atrociously reduced speeds, service, and arbitrary "bandwidth caps". Whereas said reduced speeds, service, and arbitrary "bandwidth caps" reduces the true potential of business, research and development, and ease of access ...more »

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Increase Speed Limit of Highway 3 to 90 km/h

The southwestern section of King's Highway 3 is a heavily travelled link between Windsor and Leamington. Its design is that of a limited access roadway starting at the Essex Bypass with a wide alignment and no visual obstructions. Part of it is a four-lane divided roadway while the Essex to Leamington section only has two lanes, but is still limited access. The posted speed limit is 80 kph, which is identical to any ...more »

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"FIltering" and "Lane-splitting" for motorcycles

http://www.laneshare.org/ http://rideapart.com/2013/01/rideapart-24-why-lane-splitting-is-awesome/ As it’s practiced in California, lane-sharing offers a way to reduce congestion by creating an additional lane for motorcyclists to use when traffic is stopped or slow moving. It conserves energy in two ways. First, it keeps the motorcyclist and other traffic, to a lesser degree, moving. A moving vehicle is more energy ...more »

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