Comment 77072

By Pxtl (registered) - website | Posted May 17, 2012 at 10:46:42 in reply to Comment 76979

At the very least, the success of those projects should be an indicator that that the city should be showing more aggression in completing the two-way conversion of these peripheral roads. The lower-city is still mostly one-way west of Victoria...

I mean, you make it sound like there was some aggressive plan to go two-way, but we both know it was a piecemeal struggle where every conversion was a slow, arduous process and a long debate.

The city has dragged its feet every step of the way even on those conversions.

Even without a Main/King/Cannon conversion, seeing some real assertiveness from the city on two-way conversion of local streets would be a huge improvement instead of this weak-kneed "kicking-and-screaming-every-step-of-the-way" approach.

I mean, how long did the one-way conversion take? How many years did the city spend erasing yellow lines and putting up one-way signs and tearing off the redundant traffic lights?

I doubt it took them a decade to do "sections" of a dozen roads.

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