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One - they need to establish Complete Streets as a principle, since it seems neither the Deputy CCA nor the transportation alliance get it - that road diets are done to improve driver and pedestrian safety, and are an important part of the toolkit for that.

And I am not sure why a law firm is an expert hon how many trips justify infra, which is quite apart from the takings issue.

"Several have testified the obvious fact that removing a travel lane will increase congestion, and that removing a parking lane might hurt local businesses. "

You can testify all you want but the above just isn't true. And that's easy to verify, it's been covered time and time again.

SMTA appears to be affiated with Northern Virginia Transportation Alliance, which has advocated strongly for more roads.

Those are some wacky comments.

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