We used to have streets like that in Southern Ontario. Intersection close to my parents home was like that. After a few near collisions, stops signs are pretty much at every intersectional, but it appears most drivers just go thru them if no other cars are present. We call them stop-optional. However, in case where there are rarely stop signs, I wish they had them. Mall or plaza parking lots. Drivers just dart out without looking.And just because their are no giveway signs doesn't mean keeping pulling out!
I rode my bicycle across Canada on the Trans Canada back in 1972. Maybe less traffic then. Crossed border in Ogensburg, NY and went to Ottawa, (and hence to Vancouver), so avoided Toronto.
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