Kevin Flatowicz-Farmer

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It's not inconvenient, it's dangerous. The current design has the assumption of no user error, which is a poor design practice. Property damage, injury and loss of life aren't worth the perceived advantage to people passing through the neighborhood.


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They actually do. They had multiple meetings with the community and solicited their input. Based on what the community said they wanted, the roundabouts were the best, safest option to achieve what the community asked for, even if they didn't specifically ask for roundabouts.


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The community asked for slower traffic, bicycle infrastructure, and fewer accidents with less severe injuries without impeding the flow of traffic. Roundabouts do exactly this. The reduction of four lanes to three will have almost no impact on the traffic, considering that on four lane st…