2 replies on “The Traffic Guy hears …”

  1. If the city wants drivers to abide by the no parking signs, the signs on residential streets should be more visible especially for the benefit of transients who are not familiar with dates of no parking. They are not signs one might pay attention to when turning a corner or watching for a pedestrian. So why place them at the beginning of a block?

  2. The curb cuts filling up with snow from the plows made it impossible for people who use wheelchairs to get around. This has been a problem for many years. Sometimes homeowners clear the corners so their neighbor in a wheelchair can get across the street, only to have the plow come by and leave a pile of snow back in the curb cut. The city needs more bobcats to go back though and clear curb cuts. Northwestern does it and so do the shovelers around St Francis.

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