New plan holds up Brunswick County's road jobs
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#1 Jun 7, 2008
Perhaps it's time to rethink the rush to build more and wider roads. The price of gas is not going to drop and people are driving less. While this is not good news for businesses that rely on tourism, maybe it is better news for the residents and the environment. Maybe the transportation departments should think more about bike paths, moped paths, mass transit that actually is convenient and affordable, and other measures that take into account the prospect of less auto traffic, rather than always encouraging more and faster vehicle traffic.
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