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It didn’t take long for the community discussion concerning improvements to Trinity to devolve into two lanes vs. four lanes and stoplights vs. roundabouts. Unfortunately, these two lines of discussion miss the important points all together.
The world is changing in fundamental ways we will probably not realize for years to come. It’s important to re-design Trinity to meet the needs it will serve over the next 20-30 years rather than the last 50.
The traffic counts on Trinity are decreasing by significant numbers. When was the last time the major thoroughfare in a town had a traffic decrease? People did not suddenly decide to take an alternate route. Socio-economic trends are causing people to rely less on automobiles. Trinity now serves as a route for public transit and consequently more pedestrians as an example.
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