Still need roads for electric cars
Re: “Bypass would be costly, destructive”, (Aug. 2)
A bypass should have been constructed around Duncan decades ago. However, is the letter-writer missing something? The government put forth rules to ban the sale of fossil fuel-powered new vehicles by 2035 at the earliest. Electric cars are already becoming commonplace. In a few years the question of fossil fuel anything in terms of transportation will be entirely moot, but, until they invent Star Trek shuttlecraft, we’ll still need roads for electric cars.
April J. Gibson