Prop J: The only hope for sensible traffic management

The latest flyer from the anti-Prop-J crowd goes beyond simple misrepresentation. It claims that “Prop J will cause gridlock” that will put “residential streets under siege.”

Perhaps they haven’t noticed that this is exactly what the status quo on Camino del Mar produces. Perhaps they also haven’t noticed that the only alternative to Prop. J on the ballot is, guess what, the status quo.

In other words, every anti-J vote will help exacerbate the present gridlock and increase spillover traffic into residential neighborhoods.

At this time, the only hope for sensible traffic management on CDM rests with Prop. J.

John Kerridge
Del Mar

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Posted by Staff on Oct 25, 2012. Filed under Letters, Opinion. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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