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The two lane Trinity Drive preferred option presented by the MIG consultants at the recent Transportation Board meeting should be ejected by our county councilors as being both unworkable in practice and way too expensive for even a town so well funded as Los Alamos.
Imagine the daily rush hour traffic if Trinity is narrowed down to only two lanes. According to the official traffic measurements, which were done for this study, there are routinely peak traffic rates of 1,500 vehicles/hr with some weekdays seeing 1,900 vehicles/hr during lunch hour.
Most of this traffic is westbound in the morning and eastbound in the afternoon rush hours while at lunch hour the traffic is pretty evenly divided between east and west.
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