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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Street and Intersection changes

I went into a City Hall meeting a couple of years ago and proposed Quinpool Rd be set up with the same lane changing signage as on the Herring and Purcell's Cove Rd. 3 lanes up in the morning and 3 lanes down at night. To no avail. Now they have changed

Posted on Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 1:39 PM

I went into a City Hall meeting a couple of years ago and proposed Quinpool Rd be set up with the same lane changing signage as on the Herring and Purcell's Cove Rd. 3 lanes up in the morning and 3 lanes down at night. To no avail. Now they have changed the Rotary, Jubilee Rd and Chebucto too at huge expense and stress to the community. The Rotary problem could have been fixed with signs at the exits asking drivers not to bloke the exits. What a Muppet Show! (But that is an insult to the Muppets.) Charge cars to come onto the Penninsula and the traffic with be mostly public transport. Too many lights and stop sign going up everywhere. Where is this money tree and how do I get in on the fun?

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