Comment 94354

By Chasball (anonymous) | Posted November 06, 2013 at 12:57:45 in reply to Comment 94347

That debate can be endless. The end numbers are controlled by the definition of the inputs - i.e. - every product trucked to a grocery store uses the road. If you take that into consideration then the drivers are way overpaying. Bottom line is that in gross numbers, the roadway infrastructure costs are fairly paid for by drivers who use the road.

I think I know where you are going and then there might be some honesty. If this is really about social engineering - about radically changing the culture of post world war 2 capitalist society - then admit that. That is a different debate altogether. And much more complicated.

However, in the here and the now, the lane changes on Longwood, King Street, around St Joe's etc., the experiments I have said, are done at the expense of time and money of those are having the privilege of frustrating themselves.


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