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In response to the March 19 letter to the editor titled “Trinity Drive: 2 lanes or 4?” I would like to clarify some misstatements. The letter intimated that county Sstaff was finishing up a plan to change Trinity Drive from a four-lane to a two-lane road. That is simply not the case.
Several conceptual ideas for Trinity have been discussed and presented at two well-attended public meetings, to generate ideas as well as to elicit comments. The range of conceptual designs varied from minimal changes to Trinity Drive, for which there was not a lot of support, to more fundamental changes that sought to better accommodate multi-modal traffic. One of these options does include the single-lane round-about and the narrowing of the road to two lanes.
That was the option that actually generated a lot of interest and a lot of questions. No singling out of options, or recommendations have been made, or will be made until further traffic, engineering and right-of-way analysis is done.
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