They definitely won’t if we add more visual barriers like overpasses and noise pollution with high speed traffic. It’s within the walk shed of a transit station. The Station Landing TOD shows that density is viable here if separation is removed. There is an insane amount of space dedicated to retail parking diagonal from Station Landing, the only separation being the intersection.the heavily car centric adjacent land uses to much of the corridor don't look like they're disappearing soon.
Maybe a pedestrian overpass would work, but those tend to be incredibly unpleasant. I just don’t see why increased auto capacity should be the priority anywhere that close to a rapid transit station.
If this project can stitch the area northwest of the intersection to Wellington station, the state gets an actual ROI instead of just more expensive auto infrastructure to maintain.