Comment 78323

By congestion indegstion. (anonymous) | Posted June 11, 2012 at 17:54:54 in reply to Comment 78179

You have your cause and effect backwards. Cores have congestion because many many people want to be there. Our core has congestion because we have crummy street design. If the city really wanted to change King then why in the world did they do what they did. Little bump outs that remove a lane of traffic but add nothing. If we are going to have the negative impact of reduced traffic lanes on our busiest street why can't we at least get something in return? Bike lanes? Patios? green space? Anything but a little bump out and then a few meters of no parking lane.

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