Planners Call Route 34 Design Cutting EdgeJul 25th, 2012 | By Environmental Headlines -- CT environmental news | Category: General
First-in-the-nation raised intersections. First-in-the-state narrowed lanes and “bike boxes.” So what’s the problem?
Depends whom you ask.
City officials describe as cutting edge some traffic-calming measures planned for the $35 million overhaul of the Route 34 mini-highway-to-nowhere. Some bike and pedestrian advocates, meanwhile, blast the plan and continue to push for further improvements.
For more on this story, visit: Planners Call Route 34 Design Cutting Edge | New Haven Independent.