Spray-painted markings for infrastructure projects are a common sight in the urban landscape. A myriad of numbers and arrows painted on lawns and sidewalks form a special language for technical crews to follow, usually to locate buried pipes and wires.
Sometimes they point out the obvious.
Torontoist is relieved that we no will no longer trip over breaks in the pavement without warning whenever we walk through Rosedale. Mothers everywhere are grateful that fewer broken backs may stem from this crack.
We tip our hat to the utility crew (or prankster) responsible.
Marking discovered on Sherbourne Street near Elm Avenue. Photo by Jamie Bradburn from the Torontoist Flickr Pool.