Traffic is a jumbled mess in Duncan

Duncan city council uses a good portion of the flyer trying to explain away the horrendous, dangerous zig zaggy mess they’ve created

Wow. I just received the latest copy of Under the Clocktower, the flyer Duncan city council sends out from time to time.

Duncan city council uses a good portion of the flyer trying to explain away the horrendous, dangerous zig zaggy mess they’ve created on Canada Avenue calling it “traffic calming”.

Honestly, I’m embarrassed for them. How could we possibly need traffic calming when traffic in Duncan is routinely backed up for blocks and blocks?

This is plain and simple bad traffic planning and our city council should be apologizing, instead of trying to justify the pathetic mess.

Eventually someone will have to address the congested, jumble traffic has become in the City of Duncan, for now though, our current city council is content to make excuses.

 

Mark Williams

Duncan

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