Your opinion: Daily train traffic problem is growing
Twenty-five years ago, Tupelo's growth was making travel on its limited streets almost impossible.
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#1 Aug 15, 2014
Build neighborhoods so a person does not have to travel to get the things they need. Stop putting retail in a clump or schools that need busing. The problem is city planning which is done for profit rather than quality of life.
#2 Aug 18, 2014
In 1960 there were 8 grocery stores on Green St between Day Brite Dr and Barnes St. The inventories were small with very limited selections. They were similar to the Quick-Marts of today. It's unlikely that we will see a return to having a store like that on every block. You might complain a lot if you had to walk to such a store and get dinner from what they offered, Trains(?).
#3 Aug 18, 2014
You did not have an obese population then and you still have scarcity today. Everyone will never have all their wants and desires, bigger is not better.
You had 8 owners making fair living rather than 8 people getting public assistance.
Since: Sep 14
#4 Sep 25, 2014
I've noticed a dramatic increase in traffic, throughout Mississippi (& Baton Rouge) since hurricane Katrina. I'm wondering how many people didn't go back to NOLA.
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