Friday, April 5, 2019

Will the lack of progress on the Third Street Bridge affect how you vote this November?

Will the lack of progress on the Third Street Bridge affect how you vote this November?  The accident on Baltimore Pike that caused the traffic jam in Media this evening illustrates the dire need to have ancillary access via Third Street Bridge.


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  1. What about a GREENWAY? Remember the Greenway. Whatever happened to the Greenway? How about a Greenway, man

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    1. Please no. That'd be the dumbest thing ever. No one can get anywhere.

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    2. Greenway! What a great idea!

      http://www.chescoplanning.org/MuniCorner/Tools/Greenways.cfm

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  2. I think it illustrates how irresponsible and careless drivers are these days.

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    1. For a road to be bottled up for miles when a cut through with the bridge being open would get everyone home faster? Please stop while you're not ahead.

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  3. Thank the illustrious Borough Democrats! They have 3 decrepit old guys running this year! Team Decripit!

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  4. No, the hate has no home here lawn-sign people are too full of their own opinions and are never wrong - so they won't change the way they vote...difficult when dissenting opinions from their one-worldview on any topic is now racist, homophobic, transphobic, etc...it's 1984 in Media

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  5. Dumb@ss convention on Borough Council!

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    1. They are the worst. Voting straight Republican to send them a message!

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  6. We need a bridge! 25 years and no roadway!

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    1. 25 years of utter isolation - it's like we're M. Night's village, am I right?

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  7. I mean, I'm all for reopening 3rd Street, but the same workaround can be had by just taking Orange to Kirk to Ridley Creek.

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    1. Nothing but stop signs that way.

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    2. So instead of having two viable options there is only one.

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    3. And yet people are complaining about the people speeding down Orange to head in and out of town. Good lord, you can't have it both ways. "Build the bridge so people won't be speeding down Orange, kids need to play there, too!" "Orange has too many stop signs... those NIMBYs on 3rd street are too concerned with the traffic in front of their houses." "There's too much development in Media, the town is going downhill!" "Rebuild the damn dam, stupid environmentalists all worried about cutting down trees need to get over it!"

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  8. No, I live in Media borough and this will not affect how I vote. At all. You are obviously obsessed with this, when few others are, and it's tiresome.

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    1. Do you support the boro carrying this as a liability and putting your tax dollars at risk? Contempt of court and legal fees for example.

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  9. Traffic on Rose Tree & Orange is a mess at times. It will relieve the congestion heading into Media. Plus try walking into Media from Orange st. Walking 3rd Street was so much safer.

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