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Charles Marshburn: Columbia Bypass is local Albatross

Needs better signage, better advertising. Without he says, problem will solve itself in a sinkhole
Charles Marshburn writes November 8, 2010:
The bypass that Mr. Fudge is talking about seems to be the local Albatross which is unused, unadvertised and should play a much greater part in relieving traffic as was presented in the original planning. Perhaps a sign that advertises Walmart, Goodwill, the parkway, truck route, long lonely empty stretch of asphalt, fast food bypass, traffic bottleneck bypass, roundabout roulette, etc. Don't change anything and in 100 years the problem will probably be taken care of by a sink hole! Charles Marshburn
Above in response to Comments re article 40434 BJ Fudge presents alternative to traffic lights




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