Yonge Street and Dundas Street Scramble Intersection, Friday Evening March 16 2012.

Scramble Intersections area also known as the Barnes Dance, Toronto's first scramble intersection is located at Yonge Street and Dundas Street .

After two full traffic light changes, pedestrians get the right of way to walk in any direction across the intersection.  All the while recording of a voice mumbles, Walk sign is on for all crossing...walk sign is on for all crossing....

This is one of the Major Intersections in the Downtown Core with Yonge-Dundas Square on the south east corner of the intersection and the Eaton Centre taking up the south west corner.

The other Scrambles in the city are at Bloor and Yonge, and Bloor and Bay.

They seemed to be controversial before they were installed, but now, everyone from drivers to pedestrians to cyclists seem to have accepted them as a part of downtown life.