Comment 94466

By Pxtl (registered) - website | Posted November 07, 2013 at 11:21:53 in reply to Comment 94456

To be fair, the bottlenecks do see some back-ups at rush-hour. For example, Garth gets pretty snarled up between the Linc and Limeridge, and then gets snarled up again at Fennel when Beckett Drive mountain access was open. That said, the bulk of the road was, indeed, a highway. That's the frustrating part - the trouble is obviously the bottlenecks and not the length of the road. There's no reason to protect this fast traffic because the drivers are going to have to stop and suffer some congestion when they arrive at the next bottleneck. It's like flooring it to get to a red light - it's a waste of gas and safety.

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