the replacement ramp for the jarvis ramp will end at Yonge St. but will continue straight onto Lake Shore, sort of similar to how the new Simcoe ramp does, meaning that you will simply have a single extra stoplight to get to Jarvis from the Gardiner. It's not a big deal, but it will let the ramp service the financial district more, taking a bit of pressure off the Simcoe ramp.I’m not sure what you mean? I find it quicker to go up Jarvis than Yonge. Lots of pedestrians and slow moving vehicles on Yonge
The bigger issue with the planned gardiner ramp changes is that there will no longer be an eastbound on ramp between Rees and Jarvis, and Lake Shore will become discontinuous between Yonge and Jarvis, meaning there won't be a clear path for vehicles to access the eastbound Gardiner from the financial district. THAT will be annoying.