Friday, December 12, 2008

Future Traffic...

Inauguration traffic will be something else...what about the future?

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ask County Board Member Chris Zimmerman and Planning Commission Chair Nancy Hunt. They approved the construction of over 4,000 additional parking spaces in Arlington this year.

22206 said...

Ask Planning Commission Chair Nancy Hunt why her good buds at Federal Realty are violating the traffic management plan she approved for Shirlington Village. But why should Nancy care about traffic, she lives at the end of a dead end street.

Anonymous said...

Ask Governor Tim "Hot Lanes" Kaine about future traffic.

Anonymous said...

Future traffic? I just want to survive living here between January 15th - 25th.

Anonymous said...

Future traffic? Ask Arlington's Guru of Gridlock, Chris Zimmerman.

Westie said...

Zimmerman thinks I-66 will never be widened, but Obama will throw hundreds of billions at upgrading interstate highways like I-66.

Anonymous said...

The Dumb Growth Dummies gentrified the working people out of Arlington so the working people commute into Arlington, one per vehicle. More gentrification, more vehicles.

Anonymous said...

Never mind the cut-through traffic and residents driving to shop one per vehicle, the mission of Arlington Government is to make the Chamber of Commerce happy.

Anonymous said...

Obama is talking $500 billion for infrastructure.

Westie said...

Tim "Hot Lanes" Kaine never met an interstate highway he didn't like. He lived near I-95, I-195, and I-295 in Richmond before he became Governor. His father-in-law, Governor A. Linwood Holton, went on a interstate building spree when he was Governor 40 years ago.

Anonymous said...

Future traffic? The Lexus Yupmobiles are aleady exceeding 100 mph on I-95. I drive the limit (65) and the Yups pass me like I'm standing still.

Anonymous said...

Future traffic?

Lexus Yuppiemobiles in the HOT lanes at 100 mph.

Everyone else bumper to bumper at 5 mph.

22222 said...

I am taking Winter vacation between January 15th and January 25th. I advise Arlington residents who don't have to live here during the Inauguration to leave for a warmer place and watch the Inauguration via HDTV.

Anonymous said...

The Inauguration will be a Winter Woodstock. The County Board is remiss in downplaying the seriousness of the situation. Law Enforcement and Public Safety on the local, state, and national levels are very concerned.

January 15-25 would be an excellent time to go on a Winter vacation in Florida, skiing in Colorado, etc.

Anonymous said...

There will be massive DWI and sobriety checks by law enforcement during Inauguration Week. I want to live in a residential community, not a county where every other week is Circus Week, Spring Break Week, Biker Week, Beach Week, or something similar.

Clarendon Resident said...

Buy yourself a big HDTV for Christmas. Stay home on January 20th. Watch the Inauguration on TV.

Anonymous said...

I-66 widening? Gerry Connolly and Frank Wolf will ge the $billion or so needed to widen I-66 and Emperor Zimmerman will be proved wrong again.

Anonymous said...

Future traffic will be a little worse every year until traffic is backed up all the way to the Beltwsy from the 14th St. Bridge.