Wednesday, September 19, 2012

BREAKING NEWS: Media residents begin petition over lack of progress and proposed limited acess to Third St. Bridge

BREAKING NEWS:

In response to a lack of progress by Media Borough Council on the fully funded Third Street Bridge project, Media residents have begun rallying behind a petition today supporting two way access across the proposed structure.

Below is a copy sent to me late this afternoon. Residents are going door to door asking for signatures.

petition circulating Media over lack of action and access on the Third St. Bridge

9 comments:

  1. Good! Looks like Davidson forgot to represent the other 82% of Media!!!!!!!!

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    1. Don't worry, he won't forget them when he floats a bond in their name!

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  2. Michael Jordan, MediaSeptember 20, 2012 at 12:21 AM

    Former Councilman Jim Cunningham surmised there was a silent majority that wanted the bridge/roadway 2-Way. Boy, was he right.
    I took the petition around N. Monroe Street and got 15 signatures in 30 minutes.

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  3. Bring it to Upper Providence our address is Media also!!! Give the folks on Orange Street at the Kirk Lane intersection a chance to sign it - I'm sure they'd appreciate a decline in traffic!!!

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    1. Couldn't agree MORE! Orange ST!

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  4. After all this time, after all the meetings, and after all the commiserating, I have yet to see the evidence of the one, compelling, and desperately-needed piece of information that professionals and the public time and time resort to when it comes to transportation decisions...... a traffic study.

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    1. How do traffic study on bridge/road that's been closed for 16 years? 0 traffic since 1996, AND COUNTING. DUH?

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    2. Uhmm.... hate to tell you buddy, but that's precisely what traffic studies do. They even evaluate scenarios that never have been, what should be, and what works. Talk with a traffic engineer and get a clue.

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  5. Generally, a petition has contact information for the sponsoring group and links to fact based sources.

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