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<b>Source: the <i>Toronto Star</i>, January 2, 1954.</b><br><br /> <br /> As 1954 dawned, Gardiner and Scarborough Reeve Oliver Crockford supported a plan to extend the Lakeshore Expressway east to meet Highway 401 at Highland Creek. The route would have cut through east-end neighbourhoods before proceeding along the bottom of the Scarborough Bluffs. Gardiner viewed what was later known as the <a href="http://www.gettorontomoving.ca/Scarborough_Expressway.php">Scarborough Expressway</a> as a solution to potential bottlenecks at Woodbine Avenue and Kingston Road, while Crockford felt it would help halt the erosion of the bluffs. The Scarborough Expressway remained in regional plans for the next two decades before being scrapped. <br />
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Source: the Toronto Star, January 2, 1954.

As 1954 dawned, Gardiner and Scarborough Reeve Oliver Crockford supported a plan to extend the Lakeshore Expressway east to meet Highway 401 at Highland Creek. The route would have cut through east-end neighbourhoods before proceeding along the bottom of the Scarborough Bluffs. Gardiner viewed what was later known as the Scarborough Expressway as a solution to potential bottlenecks at Woodbine Avenue and Kingston Road, while Crockford felt it would help halt the erosion of the bluffs. The Scarborough Expressway remained in regional plans for the next two decades before being scrapped.

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