“Farrow knows about health . . . and he also is a pioneer in mass timber . . . “The pandemic has offered a rare opportunity to envisage a more refined balance between transportation needs, the public realm, flexible community space, thereby creating a more energetic and complete urban environment for the citizens of Toronto.” Lloyd Alter writing in Treehugger article “How to Turn a Car Sewer Into an ‘Inhabited Bridge’ – Tye Farrow wants to turn a Toronto icon into a place for people as well as cars”.