Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Save the Cars!

Beth Quimby's piece in the Press Herald today begins more like a rallying cry against the proposals. If I did not have better things to do (unlike 'Oak'), I would read the always entertaining comments on the article, which she will surely stir up with that headline.
Cars could become second-class citizens on Portland's peninsula if a set of proposals being developed by a transportation committee is approved.

The Peninsula Transit Study Committee is floating dozens of ideas as it seeks ways to reduce the number of single-occupancy vehicles in the city and promote alternative forms of transportation.
- Cars in the cross hairs | Portland Press Herald

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