Comment 101908

By kevlahan (registered) | Posted June 01, 2014 at 10:51:04 in reply to Comment 101848

I didn't say "everything" I said everything regarding the streets.

Because the DNA has consistently supported traffic calming and two-way conversion, and now complete streets for its whole existence. Have a look at the 2002 Traffic Study. Traffic calming has always been a defining theme of the DNA, along with heritage preservation and promoting good urban design and public involvement in urban planning decisions.

Perhaps you have not fully represented your views, but the proof is in every comment you make opposed to these sorts of changes, certainly on minor arterials in the Durand (Bay, Herkimer, Charlton). In particular, you support the current high speeds on these roads, which the DNA does not. Your views are completely opposed to those of the DNA, and I've never heard anyone publicly make this case at any of the dozens of traffic meetings the DNA has hosted or attended in the last 14 years.

Comment edited by kevlahan on 2014-06-01 10:52:17

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