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Terry Lee Caruthers:
I wrote that “recent letter” and you are incorrect. You were not “alluded to”. I quoted the U.T. math professor. Feel free to re-read my letter.
Oh, and my home is ON Moody Avenue (a matter of public record) so I could, if that were my desire, profit MOST from NOT finishing the Parkway. Your assertion that the “most vocal proponents” expected to make a sizeable profit is false.
I agree that irresponsible drivers are part of the problem along the Chapman Highway corridor but you have merely identified part of the problem. You wholly ignore the FACT that Chapman Highway is already at or exceeding design capacity.
I believe completion of the Parkway is only one part of the solution. Once the Parkway is completed Chapman Highway can be put on the same “road diet” planned for Cumberland Avenue!
Imagine that! Bike lanes from Downtown to John Sevier Highway sharing the road with 1/3 of the current traffic volume, lower speed limits and turn lanes the entire length.
Where is YOUR solution to fix Chapman Highway?
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