Good one Bob but walking is good for people? and …

Comment on CBD planning: The vibrants are at it again by R Henry.

Good one Bob but walking is good for people? and if we have angle parking look at 30 deg angle instead of 45 it allows better vision for the parked as well as the moving and does not protrude as far into the center of the road. A master plan for town construction is not much use without their being a reason for the extra population as it will just be a return to the boom and bust that we had when the government used to have development cycles pushed by construction but there was no continuing industry to take advantage of the construction. If one looks around the town there are plenty of empty commercial buildings to be seen.

Recent Comments by R Henry

No ‘mitigation’ of major dust hazard for road users
I remember in the 1960s, 70s and 80s, working on the new subdivisions. We had to adhere to dust suppression practice and complaints from the public would halt work until public works were satisfied.
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Why is that bloke relieving himself on the truck’s fuel tank in the middle of a public road? 🙂


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